Education reform bill stumbles in Oklahoma House
The Oklahoma legislation is tied to the state’s application for $175 million in federal funds. The deadline to apply for the grant is June 1. Legislators are to finish their work Friday.
The state House of Representatives rejected Tuesday night an education reform bill that among other things tied teacher evaluations to student performance and was to be the framework for Oklahoma’s application for $175 million in federal funds.Opponents expressed concerns with the federal government getting more involved in local school districts. Some didn’t like seeing the bill just hours after the Senate passed it earlier...
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