As state funding for higher education has risen across the country, Oklahoma has been one of five states that’s seen a decline in the last five years.
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Heading into 2020, Oklahoma legislators have introduced a number of bills in an effort to fight the state’s teacher shortage.
Rules governing four-day weeks are changing because of a new state law. As they’re written now, they would end the practice in most four-day school districts.
Oklahoma’s higher education leaders are asking the state legislature for $125 million. In the previous decade state lawmakers have slashed the higher ed budget by $265 million.