Oregon Gov. Kate Brown and her Republican challenger state Rep. Knute Buehler both want to increase school funding, lengthen the academic year, offer more college and career opportunities, increase graduation rates and diversify teaching staff.
But they differ in their proposed solutions and how long it will take to achieve success.
Read a breakdown of their platforms here.
Published by Natalie Pate
Natalie Pate is a freelance journalist and author based in Salem, Oregon. She wrote about education for more than seven years at the Statesman Journal and now covers education and other topics throughout the Pacific Northwest. She is originally from Colorado and earned her B.A. in Politics and French from Willamette University.
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