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Saturday, September 01, 2007

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HIGHER EDUCATION

0907InputChart1.gifHow important is a strong higher-ed system to your business?

Very important 48%
Somewhat important 39%
Not too important 11%
Not at all important 2%





What is the biggest issue facing higher education in Oregon?

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How likely are you to recommend an Oregon college or university to an Oregon high school student?

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How would you rate the overall quality of education provided at Oregon’s public universities?

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Responses provided by 755 Oregon Business readers in an online survey conducted by research partners Conkling Fiskum & McCormick.

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