2 edition of Implications of current and proposed funding plans for Oklahoma common schools found in the catalog.
Implications of current and proposed funding plans for Oklahoma common schools
1977 by Agricultural Experiment Station, Oklahoma State University in [Stillwater] .
Written in English
|Statement||[by Danny Lowrance and Luther Tweeten].|
|Series||Research report - Agricultural Experiment Station, Oklahoma State University ; P-748, Research report (Oklahoma Agricultural Experiment Station) ;, P-748.|
|Contributions||Tweeten, Luther G., joint author.|
|LC Classifications||LB2826.O5 L6|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||63 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||63|
|LC Control Number||77622317|
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Utilizing data from the school year, the study analyzed and compared the educational funding system presently used by Oklahoma with other school funding plans on the basis of economic efficiency and social equity.
Funding plans used for comparison included Flat Grants, Minimum Foundation, Percentage Equalizing, Guaranteed Tax Base, Full State Funding, and other model Author: Danny Lowrance, Luther Tweeten. State funding increased dramatically during the first half of the decade, primarily driven by sweeping reform encapsulated in the Oklahoma Reform and Funding Act of (more commonly known as HB).
With the conclusion of most of the reform provisions of HB ingrowth in state appropriated revenue in support of common schools Size: 69KB. All Oklahoma public schools students from grade 5 and below have experienced nothing but funding reductions. Despite the rhetoric from Oklahoma’s political leaders that “Oklahoma schools have more than they’ve ever had”—Oklahoma remains 48th in the nation for per pupil expenditures.
Schools in 91 mainly rural school districts have even moved to a four-day school week, forcing families to scramble to plan for child care on Fridays.
Starting salaries for first-year teachers in Author: Mark Antonio Wright. collected by source among the common schools of Oklahoma for the fiscal year as reported by the Oklahoma Cost Accounting System. State totals for Building Fund and Sinking Fund Implications of current and proposed funding plans for Oklahoma common schools book are also Size: 6MB.
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Oklahoma’s special education student-to-teacher ratio is almost Project Priority and Sequence Chart and Summary. Description: Illustration and brief summary of the proposed and next capital plan within the context of the current and one future biennium.
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Oklahoma City Public Schools is increasing class sizes, as well as reducing central office staff positions and putting the administration building up for sale. Higher Education The State Regents for Higher Education will take another hit this coming fiscal year, with an appropriated $ million, a nearly 4-percent reduction from the current.
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Oklahoma children in Kindergarten through third grade. Funds are given to districts on a per student basis for those students K-3 reading below grade level. Last year schools received % of the funding needed to se Size: 5MB.
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Arkansas set students as the cutoff line for consolidation. Oklahoma has made some of the deepest cuts to funding for local schools of any state in the country. Over the last five years, the state has cut per-pupil education aid for primary and secondary schools by 20 percent, or $ per student, after adjusting for inflation.
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Focus areas include arts education and academic programming, including tutoring. Funding is intended for initiatives that have a proven track record and benefit more than The interest and dividends generated from investing the in permanent funds, as well as rental income from agricultural and commercial properties and lease bonus revenues, are distributed each year to Oklahoma’s public school system and state colleges.
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