Blog: Fact & Fiction – PDK Poll Uses Unreliable Voucher Question (Again)

By Matt Frendewey The PDK/Gallup poll was released today. This annual poll is paid for by Phi Delta Kappa, a service organization that supports public education, which is why it should come as no surprise that some of the questions … Continued

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Oklahomans Want Bolder Education Reforms & More Choices

Oklahoma City (July 10, 2014) – A poll released today showed that Oklahoma Republican primary voters want bolder education reforms and a wider array of educational choices for students than the Republican-dominated legislature has delivered, according to the Oklahoma Federation … Continued

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OPINION: Oklahoma Superintendent Seeks Empowerment Through Reforms

From Superintendent Janet Barresi writing in The Edmond Sun: OKLAHOMA CITY — I had the wonderful opportunity last week to meet with education reformers from all across the country at the 2011 National Summit on Education Reform titled “Education Everywhere.” … Continued

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Oklahoma: Legislature OK’s bill to send public money to private schools

The Senate sent Gov. Brad Henry a bill on Wednesday that would allow public dollars to follow students with disabilities to private school. House Bill 3393, by Rep. Jason Nelson, R-Oklahoma City, and Sen. Patrick Anderson, R-Enid, passed the Senate … Continued

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