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Evaluating Oregon’s Textbook Affordability Policies

Ramona Bias, Adriana Flowers, Esmeralda Flores, Tram Anh Hoang, and Katie Inger, Master of Public Administration students at the University of Oregon School of Planning, Public Policy and Management, completed a capstone research study on the effectiveness of textbook affordability policy implementation at Oregon’s 24 public community colleges and universities. Read more…

Small Dollar Amounts Are Significant

Here are three reasons why seemingly small dollar amounts are significant. Taken together, they confirm that lowering textbook prices makes a big difference for students and that support for open educational resources is an effective use of public funding. Read more…

Evaluating Oregon’s Open Educational Resources Designation Requirement

No-cost/low-cost schedule designations are an important way for students to make informed choices at the point of registration. Oregon’s Higher Education Coordinating Commission requested a research report evaluating the effectiveness of different implementations at Oregon’s colleges and universities, as required by HB 2871, passed in 2015. The report was completed in June 2018 by Brooke Freed, Amber Friedman, Sarah… Read More »