Tuesday, August 22, 2023

Elite Oklahoma high school plagued by sexual harassment complaints

Oklahoma Watch has the story.

Fully 19 years ago, back when OSSM was expensive but much cheaper than its current taxpayer expense of more than $68,000 per student, OCPA recommended zeroing out OSSM’s appropriation and having its facilities sold or leased. We noted at the time: "Taxpayers will be disappointed to learn that only 58 percent of OSSM graduates stay in Oklahoma for undergraduate education and that only 46 percent of OSSM graduates are currently employed in the state. Something is amiss when Oklahoma’s hardworking waitresses, single moms, and truck drivers—whose own children are trapped in substandard schools—are paying taxes to supply Texas and other states with top-flight graduates."

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