Five Education Bills to Watch This Session

It’s been a disruptive and uncertain year for public education. And the initiatives to be considered by the Oklahoma Legislature could continue to shake things up.

Districts experienced huge shifts in student enrollment this year. Most declined slightly, especially in the youngest grades. Meanwhile, enrollment in virtual charter schools skyrocketed.

Some lawmakers are addressing this moment with initiatives to expand student transfers between districts and rework the decades-old funding formula.

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