Oregon Senate Republicans have laid out the education bills they want to see passed this session by the same body they walked out on earlier this week.
Hours after boycotting a Senate floor session Thursday morning, the Oregon GOP Senate Caucus laid out 11 education bills centering on student tax credits, school enrollment, curriculum, and tuition relief for foster parents.
In a joint statement, Oregon Senate Republicans took shots at the state’s slow progress reopening its K-12 schools, about 80% of which remain closed.
Gov. Kate Brown turned over the decision to reopen to school districts late