The first A-F school grades sent to districts for their 10-day review have changed five or six times since their release Wednesday due to miscalculations by the Oklahoma State Department of Education.
This has frustrated school administrators statewide who are working to analyze the data that underpin the grades to make sure the grades are accurate before they are presented for certification to the state Board of Education on Oct. 29.
Jenks Superintendent Stacey Butterfield said school grades in her district had changed at least four times.
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