Education: Oregon Scramble

In Oregon's educational basket are five eggs, capable of being endlessly scrambled. They are the University of Oregon at Eugene (3,610 students) ; Oregon State Agricultural College at Corvallis (5,570 students) ; and three small normal schools at Monmouth, Ashland and La Grande. Since 1929 the State has planned to unify these in some way. The U. S. Office of Education turned in a survey report in March 1931. A program of unification was drawn up and announced by the State board of higher education last March. Oregon taxpayers, like taxpayers anywhere, would...

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