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StateImpact reporters combed through 4,500 pieces of legislation. Here are some trends they found.
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.
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.