2021 Regular Session
|Testimony||Jessica Howard||3/25/2021||House Committee On Education|
|Testimony||MARIA Chavez-Haroldson||3/25/2021||House Committee On Education|
|Testimony||Andrew Rogers||3/25/2021||House Committee On Education|
|Testimony||Makana Waikiki||3/25/2021||House Committee On Education|
|Testimony||Andrew Rogers, on behalf of Maya Ward- UO||3/25/2021||House Committee On Education|
|Testimony||Kyle Thomas, on behalf of Higher Education Coordinating Commission||3/25/2021||House Committee On Education|
|Testimony||Brent Wilder, on behalf of OR Alliance Independent Colleges and Universities||4/1/2021||House Committee On Education|
|MapGraphic||Kyle Thomas, on behalf of Higher Education Coordinating Commission||4/1/2021||House Committee On Education|
|Testimony||Liz Marquez Gutierrez||4/1/2021||House Committee On Education|
|Testimony||John Wykoff||4/6/2021||House Committee On Education|
|Ben Cannon (presentation)||Kyle Thomas, Office of the Executive Director, Higher Education Coordinating Commission||3/25/2021||House Committee On Education|
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