There are 30 counties in Oklahoma that have less than 3000 total public school students. In most states that would be considered one average-sized school district, But the reality is that Oklahoma pays 120 school superintendents to do the job in those 30 Oklahoma counties. This is just one aspect of administrative reform which is screaming out for implementation. It would result in increased classroom funding of about $1500 per student, per y [...] Read the full article at Oklahoma's Political News service, www.SoonerPolitics.org .
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