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This act repealed the state's requirement to include student test scores in educator evaluations. It does not designate a quantitative alternative for this measure, instead giving that responsibility to the State Board of Education.Year: 2016•State: Oklahoma•Type: Act or Session Law•Source: Oklahoma State Legislature
This act affects health insurance coverage in Oklahoma. It creates the State Innovation Waiver, which will create better health care products and services.Year: 2016•State: Oklahoma•Type: Act or Session Law•Source: Oklahoma State Legislature
This act establishes a process for electronic voter registration and authorizes the Secretary of the State Election Board to develop a system for the electronic transmission of voter registration applications from offices that provide public assistance programs or services to persons with disabilities and local motor license agencies.Year: 2015•State: Oklahoma•Type: Act or Session Law•Source: Oklahoma State Legislature
This act puts into place the framework and components for a new A-F School Grading System that brings Oklahoma into compliance with the federal Every Student Succeeds Act. Grades will be provided for each indicator as well as a summative grade of all indicators, with exemptions available for online charter schools.Year: 2017•State: Oklahoma•Type: Act or Session Law•Source: Oklahoma State Legislature
This act requires certain persons to participate in an assessment and evaluation; directs use of assessment results for sentencing options; provides for the use of intermediate revocation facilities; increases time limitation for requesting sentence modification; requires mandatory term of post-imprisonment supervision; establishes time limitation for post-imprisonment supervision; prohibits reduction of confinement; provides exception to post-imprisonment supervision requirement; authorizes certain confinement for noncompliance; modifies intermediate sanctions process; expands earned credit eligibility requirements; prohibits certain persons from accumulating earned credits; modifying circumstances that allow the revocation of probation; establishes time limitation for confinement in facility; prohibiting offenders from receiving earned credits; creates the Justice Reinvestment Grant Program; authorizes the Attorney General to award competitive grants to local law enforcement agencies; provides eligibility requirements; and directs certain entities to submit specified information to the Attorney General.Year: 2012•State: Oklahoma•Type: Act or Session Law•Source: Oklahoma Legislature
An Act requiring the Oklahoma State Board of Education to, implement a universal prekindergarten program with an application and oversight mechanism in place, to provide all children with high quality early education.Year: 1998•State: Oklahoma•Type: Act or Session Law•Source: Oklahoma Legislature
This policy brief examines the track record of 'Right-to-Work' (RTW) laws in boosting employment. In particular, the brief takes an in-depth look at the experience in Oklahoma, which in 2001 adopted RTW laws. The brief finds the case of Oklahoma is particularly telling of the lack of economic growth as a result of RTW policies.Year: 2011•State: Oklahoma•Type: Policy Brief or Report•Source: Economic Policy Institute