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Task force to tackle Oklahoma higher education overhaul

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The OU Board of Regents claps during its meeting March 8. 

A new task force will review the status of Oklahoma's higher education system and make recommendations to improve and modernize it, The Oklahoman reports.

"The task force will be looking at the fiscal viability of each institution within the system, particularly in relationship to the budget cuts that have occurred the past several years," Chancellor Glen Johnson said Thursday.

The Oklahoma State Regents for Higher Education voted Thursday to form the task force and will approve the membership next month.

Read the full article on The Oklahoman's website.

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