At a glance: Reaction to delay of A-F grades

Reaction to Monday's announcement to delay release of Oklahoma's A-F scores:
Oklahoman Modified: October 8, 2012 at 9:25 pm •  Published: October 8, 2012
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AT A GLANCE

What they said

Reaction to Monday's announcement to delay release of the state's A-F scores:

"If you're opposed to the law, go

somewhere else. If you're opposed to the

rules, we can't help you.”

— State Education Board member Gen. Lee Baxter, addressing those who were signed up to speak during the public comments section of the board meeting

"The A-F guidelines seem to be very

technical and difficult for even the

superintendents to understand. I have a

concern that maybe the parents might have some difficulty understanding them, as well.”

— Julie Garrett, a parent from the Putnam City School District

"I know we can make this work if we just

delay it and get it right.”

— Ronda Boston, a parent from the

Putnam City School District



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