At a glance: Nine Oklahoma schools on reform list

Details about the nine Oklahoma schools identified as needing help
Modified: June 27, 2013 at 8:19 pm •  Published: June 28, 2013
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At a glance

Oklahoma reform schools

The state Board of Education voted Thursday to place nine Oklahoma schools on the 2013 list of sites in need of state intervention. State education employees will partner with each of these schools for the next three years to improve academics.

1. Bodine Elementary.

• District: Oklahoma City.

• Grades: Pre-K through 6.

• State grade: D.

• Enrollment: 560.

• Poverty rate: 100 percent.

• Special ed rate: 19 percent.

• Racial majority: 45 percent black.

2. Burroughs Elementary

• District: Tulsa.

• Grades: Pre-K through 6.

• State grade: D.

• Enrollment: 350.

• Poverty rate: 100 percent.

• Special ed rate: 25 percent.

• Racial majority: 80 percent black.

3. Dustin Elementary

• District: Graham-Dustin.

• Grades: Pre-K through 8.

• State grade: D.

• Enrollment: 60.

• Poverty rate: 95 percent.

• Special ed rate: 43 to 44 percent, depending on subject.

• Racial majority: 58 percent American Indian.

4. Graham High School

• District: Graham-Dustin.

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