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Oklahoma EOI data by county

Carrie Coppernoll Modified: April 25, 2013 at 11:30 pm •  Published: April 25, 2013

The state Education Department released survey data Thursday that showed how many high school seniors still needed to pass state-mandated end-of-instruction exams to graduate this year. (You can read a bunch of stuff about it in The Oklahoman on Friday.)

I sorted the data out by county so you can see which counties are struggling the most and which are missing districts. About 150 of 520 school districts declined to participate in the survey, and some who did are saying they’re data is wrong.

The asterisks denote districts that were too small for the Education  Department to release complete statistics. I did not include those numbers because they would skew the percentages.

Here’s a look at what the state Education Department provided Thursday, sorted by county.

State average, 7%

Adair, 52% (Stilwell, Cave Springs*)

Alfalfa, 0% (Cherokee, Burlington*)

Atoka, 6% (Atoka, Caney, Tushka)

Beaver, 8% (Turpin, Balko, Forgan, Laverne)

Beckham, 4% (Elk City, Merritt, Sayre, Erick*)

Blaine, 4% (Canton, Watonga, Geary, Okeene)

Byran, 7% (Durant, Silo, Rock Creek, Bennington, Colbert, Caddo)

Caddo, 9% (Anadarko, Boone Apache, Carnegie, Hinton, Cement, Hydro-Eakly, Cyril, Fort Cobb-Broxton, Gracemont*)

Canadian, 4% (Yukon, El Reno, Piedmont, Calumet*)

Carter, 5% (Ardmore, Dickson, Plainview, Lone Grove, Springer, Wilson*)

Cherokee, 9% (Tahlequah, Hulbert, Keys)

Choctaw, 12% (Fort Towson, Soper)

Cimarron, not enough data to use (Boise City*, Felt*)

Cleveland, 4% (Moore, Noble, Norman, Lexington, Little Axe)

Coal, 2% (Colgate, Tupelo)

Comanche, 10% (Lawton, Elgin, Cache, Indiahoma, Fletcher, Sterling, Chattanooga, Geronimo*)

Cotton, 0% (Big Pasture, Temple)

Craig, 9% (Vinita, Ketchum, Bluejacket, Welch)

Creek, 9% (Sapulpa, Briston, Kellyville, Mannford, Mounds, Drumright, Olive, Oilton*)

Custer, 3% (Clinton, Arapaho-Butler, Weatherford, Thomas-Fay-Custer)

Delaware, 15% (Grove, Kansas, Colcord, Oaks Mission)

Dewey, 7% (Seiling, Vici, Gage*, Taloga*)

Ellis, not enough data to use (Arnett*, Fargo*)

Garfield, 5% (Enid, Drummond, Covington-Douglas, Kremlin, Chisholm)

Garvin, 8% (Stratford, Pauls Valley, Wynnewood, Maysville*, Paoli*)

Grady, 2% (Tuttle, Bridge Creek, Chickasha, Rush Springs, Verden, Alex, Amber-Pocassett, Minco, Ninnekah)

Grant, 5% (Medford, Pond Creek-Hunter, Deer Creek-Lamont*)

Greer, 4% (Mangum, Granite*)

Harmon, 0% (Hollis)

Harper, not enough data to use (Buffalo*)

Haskell, 12% (Stigler, Keota, McCurtain*)

Hughes, 7% (Wetumka, Calvin, Moss, Stuart)

Jackson, 1% (Altus, Blair, Duke, Eldorado, Olustee)

Jefferson, 13% (Ringling, Waurika)

Johnston, 13% (Tishomingo, Coleman, Milburn*, Wapanucka*, Mill Creek*)

Kay, 5% (Ponca City, Blackwell, Newkirk, Tonkawa)

Kingfisher, 5% (Kingfisher, Cashion, Dover, Lomega, Okarche)

Kiowa, 2% (Hobart, Snyder, Mountain View-Gotebo)

Latimer, not enough data to use (Panola*)

Le Flore, 5% (Cameron, Panama, Howe, Poteau, Heavener, Spiro, Talihina, LeFlore, Pocola, Wister, Arkoma*, Bokoshe*)

Lincoln, 3% (Prague, Agra, Chandler, Carney, Davenport)

Logan, 4% (Guthrie, Mulhall-Orlando*)

Love, 0% (Marietta, Thackerville*)

Major, 0% (Aline-Cleo, Cimmaron, Fairview, Ringwood)

Marshall, 7% (Madill, Kingston)

Mayes, 8% (Pryor, Chouteau, Salina, Locust Grove)

McClain, 4% (Wayne, Dibble, Adair, Newcastle)

McCurtain, 8% (Valliant, Broken Bow, Idabel, Eagletown, Haworth, Battiest, Wright City)

McIntosh, 19% (Eufaula, Checotah)

Murray, 2% (Davis)

Muskogee, 12% (Muskogee, Fort Gibson, Haskell, Oktaha, Braggs, Webbers Falls*)

Noble, not enough data to use (Billings*, Frontier*)

Nowata, 3% (Nowata, South Coffeyville, Oklahoma Union)

Okfuskee, 7% (Okemah, Graham, Weleetka, Mason, Paden)

Oklahoma, 11% (Oklahoma City, Putnam City, Edmond, Midwest City-Del City, ASTEC Charter Schools, Santa Fe South Charter Schools, Choctaw-Nicoma Park, Crooked Oak, Harrah, Deer Creek, Jones, DSAOKC, Luther, Millwood, Harding Fine Arts Academy, Bethany, Harding Charter Prep)

Okmulgee, 9% (Dewar, Okmulgee, Henryetta, Beggs, Morris, Preston, Morrison*, Schulter*)

Osage, 6% (Pawhuska, Hominy, Barnsdall, Prue*, Shidler*, Wynona*)

Ottawa, 8% (Afton, Miami, Fairland, Wyandotte)

Pawnee, 7% (Cleveland, Pawnee)

Payne, 4% (Stillwater, Cushing, Yale, Perkins-Tryon, Glencoe, Ripley)

Pittsburg, 4% (Hartshorne, McAlester, Savanna, Canadian, Crowder, Haileyville, Kiowa, Pittsburg, Indianola*)

Pontotoc, 3% (Ada, Allen, Roff, Vanoss)

Pottawatomie, 6% (Shawnee, Bethel, Asher, Tecumseh, Dale, Maud*)

Pushmataha, 2% (Antlers, Latta, Moyers*)

Roger Mills, 0% (Hammon, Leedey, Reydon*, Sweetwater*)

Rogers, 4% (Catoosa, Claremore, Foyil, Verdigris, Chelsea, Sequoyah, Inola, Oologah-Talala)

Seminole, 10% (Wewoka, Seminole, Strother, Bowlegs, Konawa, Varnum, Butner*, New Lima*, Sasakwa*)

Sequoyah, 5% (Sallisaw, Muldrow, Roland, Vian, Central, Gore)

Stephens, 4% (Duncan, Bray-Doyle, Central High, Empire, Marlow, Comanche, Velma-Alma)

Texas, 15% (Guymon, Goodwell, Hooker, Texhoma, Tyrone*, Yarbrough*)

Tillman, 8% (Frederick, Tipton, Grandfield*)

Tulsa, 5% (Broken Arrow, Union, Jenks, Owasso, Sand Springss, Bixby, Skiatook, Glenpool, Berryhill, Discovery, Liberty, Tulsa School of Arts and Sciences)

Wagoner, 2% (Coweta, Porter)

Washington, 3% (Bartlesville, Dewey, Caney Valley, Copan)

Washita, 0% (Burns Flat-Dill City, Cordell, Sentinel, Canute*)

Woods, 9% (Alva, Freedom*, Waynoka*)

Woodward, 6% (Woodward, Mooreland, Sharon-Mutual, Fort Supply*)

And, just for funsies, here’s a list sort by percentage from low to high:

1-7. Alfalfa, Cotton, Harmon, Love, Major, Roger Mills and Washita, 0%

8. Jackson, 1%

9-14. Coal, Grady, Kiowa, Murray, Pushmataha and Wagoner, 2%

15-19. Custer, Lincoln, Nowata, Pontotoc and Washington, 3%

20-30. Beckham, Blaine, Canadian, Cleveland, Greer, Logan, McClain, Payne, Pittsburg, Rogers and Stephens, 4%

31-38. Carter, Garfield, Grant, Kay, Kingfisher, LeFlore, Sequoyah and Tulsa, 5%

39-42. Atoka, Osage, Pottawatomie and Woodward, 6%

STATE AVERAGE: 7%

43-48. Bryan, Dewey, Hughes, Marshall, Okfuskee and Pawnee, 7%

49-54. Beaver, Garvin, Mayes, McCurtain, Ottawa and Tillman, 8%

55-60. Caddo, Cherokee, Craig, Creek, Okmulgee and Woods, 9%

61-62. Comanche and Seminole, 10%

63. Oklahoma, 11%

64-66. Choctaw, Haskell and Muskogee, 12%

67-68. Jefferson and Johnston, 13%

69-70. Delaware and Texas, 15%

71. McIntosh, 19%

72. Adair, 52%

Counties without enough data to report: Cimarron, Ellis, Harper, Latimer and Noble.

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