Sunday, October 1, 2023

Oklahoma's school-produced illiteracy crisis persists

"Around 20 percent of Oklahomans, approximately 560,000 people, have a 6th-grade reading level or less," says state Sen. Jessica Garvin.

As I pointed out 13 years ago (and sadly, nothing has changed), if taxpayers give Oklahoma schools 13 years and a hundred grand, they should at the very least teach Johnny to read.

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