Tuesday, January 12, 2016

Fallin says Oklahoma is committed to empowering parents to make educational choices

For the fifth year in a row, Oklahoma Gov. Mary Fallin has recognized National School Choice Week by proclaiming January 24-30 to be School Choice Week in Oklahoma. Her official proclamation is here. "All students should have access to educational opportunities that adequately prepare them for successful lives," Fallin says.

"Oklahoma has a multitude of high-quality educational institutions including public, private, charter, virtual, career technology, tribal, religious, home, and other schools from which our students can benefit," she correctly points out. "Oklahoma is committed to continually improving the quality of educational opportunities and empowering parents and students to make scholastic selections that best fit their needs and academic goals."

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