Oklahoma State Education Board awards millions to poor-performing schools
The School Improvement Grants are aimed at turning around some of the Oklahoma’s lowest performing schools, and three schools this year will receive about $6 million and a total of $17 million over the next three years.
BY MEGAN ROLLAND •
Published: May 27, 2011
The Oklahoma State Education Board approved $17 million in grants over the next three years for three schools in Oklahoma that have been identified as persistently low-performing.
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