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Oklahoma education officials: Grades changed at 387 schools over the weekend

The A-F gradings have wavered significantly since Oct. 16.

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Posted: Tuesday, October 29, 2013 12:00 am | Updated: 12:02 pm, Tue Oct 29, 2013.

The Oklahoma State Department of Education on Monday confirmed local school leaders' accounts of significant fluctuations in the preliminary A-F grades for schools between Friday evening and Saturday morning.

Schools had a 10 a.m. deadline on Monday to request that the state correct or otherwise verify their new school grade cards.

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6 comments:

  • Troy Wagoner posted at 6:36 pm on Tue, Oct 29, 2013.

    papatr-203 Posts: 43

    gremlins!

     
  • Bruce Delahorne posted at 4:45 pm on Tue, Oct 29, 2013.

    Bruce Delahorne Posts: 984

    Ron is the sort of ernest, engaged, low-capability voter that politicians have in mind when they invoke "Oklahoma values."

     
  • Richard Mishkin posted at 1:28 pm on Tue, Oct 29, 2013.

    Trains-477 Posts: 393

    Are you capable of ever making a comment that you do not attempt to tie to our President?

     
  • RonW Ballew posted at 7:45 am on Tue, Oct 29, 2013.

    ronba-149 Posts: 2556

    Glitches have always been a problem. Now that everyone uses computers, glitches are always the computer's fault. Humans cannot be blamed because the computer made them do it.

    Obamaware and now TPS cannot be held responsible for those unaccountable computers. Computers make errors too fast for humans to correct them. It is a constant wonder that electricity stays on line, and that Amazon delivers the next day.

     
  • Bernie Cremin posted at 6:52 am on Tue, Oct 29, 2013.

    altern-183 Posts: 6616

    Really Interesting.

     
  • Maureen Ressler posted at 5:57 am on Tue, Oct 29, 2013.

    moress-120 Posts: 127

    Can the dentist Barresi spell D-I-S-A-S-T-E-R?

     

Tulsa World Staff Writer Andrea Eger

Andrea Eger has worked at the Tulsa World since 1999 and has covered public education since 2000. She has completed intensive professional development in education reporting with the Hechinger Institute on Education and the Media at Teachers College, Columbia University, and the Education Writers Association.

Over the years, her work has garnered her three first place awards in investigative individual reporting from the Society of Professional Journalists – Oklahoma Pro Chapter and numerous first place awards in education reporting from SPJ and the Great Plains Journalism Awards, an eight state competition.

Contact: andrea.eger@tulsaworld.com, 918-581-8470

Tulsa World Staff Writer Nour Habib

Staff Writer Nour Habib covers suburban school districts. She joined the Tulsa World in 2011, and previously was a general assignment reporter for the Scene section. She graduated from Oklahoma State University with a degree in journalism and political science. Before joining the World, she covered education for a community newspaper.

Contact: nour.habib@tulsaworld.com, 918-581-8369

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