Extractions: GIFTED AND TALENTED EDUCATION Welcome to the Oklahoma State Department of Education's Gifted and Talented Resource Page. This site has been designed to provide information related to gifted and talented education to students, parents, teachers, administrators and other child advocates. Professional Development and Teacher Resources Eisenhower National Clearinghouse
Home Includes information on seasons, game variety available, hunter education, regulations and harvest report. Also includes aerial photos and topographical maps of wildlife management areas and access information. http://www.wildlifedepartment.com./hunting.htm
News Of Oklahoma Education SITE regulations 1. Create a climate of respect in schools. Mr. Roy Bishopoklahoma City VicePresident, oklahoma education Association. http://sde.state.ok.us/publ/news/violence.html
Extractions: Date: April 27, 2000 The task force is comprised of educators, community members, parents, students, law enforcement, school administrators, business leaders, religious leaders and government officials from communities throughout Oklahoma. Five teams making up the task force developed 45 recommendations in eight specific areas: training, physical plant security, site management and personnel, site regulations, sanction programs, community issues, school programs and legislation. From those recommendations, the top three priorities in each area were decided upon by ballot. -SDE- 1-877-SAFECALL ext. OK1 ; 1-877-723-3225 ext. 651). EDITORS: Following is a copy of the final recommendations of the Task Force on School
GT PROGRAM REGULATIONS Sandy Garrett State Superintendent of Public Instruction oklahoma State Departmentof education. Gifted and Talented education regulations and Program Approval http://title3.sde.state.ok.us/gifted/regulations.htm
Extractions: 210:15-23-1. Responsibilities of school districts and local boards of education in providing for a gifted and talented program. The local board of education is responsible to provide gifted and talented educational program for all identified gifted and talented children who reside in the district. Gifted and talented educational programs must include multiple programming options which are matched with student's identified needs and interests. "Students who score in the top three percent (3%) on any nationally standardized test of intellectual ability" means a composite, total or full scale score in the 97th percentile or above, including the standard error of measure as denoted in each nationally standardized test of intellectual ability technical manual.
Agency - Oklahoma Department Of Education A dissemination site of instructional information about oklahoma education oklahoma State Board of education. Sandy Garrett, chair and state laws and regulations concerning professional development. Ramona Paul, Assistant State Superintendent, (405) http://sde.state.ok.us/agen
Index - Oklahoma State Department Of Education A dissemination site of instructional information about oklahoma education Index for oklahoma State Department of education. A / B / C / D / E / F / G / H / I / J / K / L / M Developmental Learning Skills. Rules and regulations for Early Childhood Programs http://sde.state.ok.us/index
WAY 90 TO IMPROVE OKLAHOMA EDUCATION 100 specific ways to improve oklahoma education. With this 100day tour of education. from an overstaffed political bureaucracy concerned only with regulations and compliance http://www.educateoklahoma.com/pdf/improvements/90-06-02-02.pdf
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Extractions: State Information Files - Laws and Regulations Support groups can offer additional help in dealing with your state laws and regulations. A listing of homeschooling support groups, organizations, listservs, websites and helpful individuals can be found in our Support Groups area. For unschooling support groups visit Unschooling Support Groups http://www.state.ok.us/osfdocs/leghp.html The state of Oklahoma recognizes your right to "in good faith" home educate your children and asks only that you provide 180 days of instruction and include the array of subjects typically taught in the public schools including reading, writing, math, science, US constitution and citizenship, health and safety, physical education and conservation. *********HERO of Oklahoma**************** From Leslie Moyer, Coordinator, HERO of OK:
WAY 9 2 TO IMPROVE OKLAHOMA EDUCATION 100 specific ways to improve oklahoma education. With this 100day tour of education. from an overstaffed political bureaucracy concerned only with regulations and compliance http://www.educateoklahoma.com/pdf/improvements/92-05-31-02.pdf
Oklahoma Web Resources: Education oklahoma Interscholastic Press Association Information about Department Nation's topeducation site includes databases, statistics, regulations and information http://www.cas.okstate.edu/jb/faculty/ketterer/school.htm
Extractions: Education Oklahoma links Higher Education Education Department Main education site in the state that includes links to the Web sites of Oklahoma schools, the status of education legislation, information about homeschooling, state's core curriculum standards, and an index of site resources that includes the qualifications of school board members and teacher certification. Regents for Higher Education Site includes facts and figures about the state's higher education system, a directory of contancts for higher education administrators and governing boards, studies and reports, the student information center, and links to the state's colleges and universities. Colleges and Universities Links to the state's colleges and universities. Oklahoma State University OSU's official home page with extensive information about the university and its programs. OSU Policies and Procedures Searchable database of OSU's Policy and Procedures. Select policy area and then you can search it. OSU Phone and E-mail Directory Searchable phone and e-mail directory for OSU.
US State Laws - Oklahoma oklahoma Administrative Code Annotated. oklahoma State Board of education regulations. Last updated on October 15, 1996 http://www.stnonline.com/stn/government/usstatelaws/oklahoma.htm
Extractions: Safety in Oklahoma The following is a compilation of the statutes and regulations governing the school transportation program in the state of Oklahama. Also included are brief descriptions of the citations. These provisions are found in the Oklahoma State Code and the Oklahoma Administrative Code Annotated. Anyone interested in the actual language of any reference, or for an interpretation of the reference, should call the supervisor of the Transportation Section of the State Department of Education at 405/521-3472. Article III State Department of Education
Extractions: THE OKLAHOMA OUTDOORSMAN This site is based on my own experiences, other hunters experiences and research. (Research from books, magazines, 2002-2003 Oklahoma Hunting Guide and Regulations, 2002 Fishing Regulations, etc.). The hunting parts of this site are fully updated! All hunting dates and regulations for all seasons listed on this site are updated. The fishing license and regulations part of The Fisherman are also updated.
Scholarship Regulations PEORIA TRIBAL education PROGRAM regulations. receive benefits from the Peoria Tribaleducation Program shall Peoria Tribe of Indians of oklahoma, as evidenced http://www.peoriatribe.com/services/regulations.html
Extractions: The Oklahoma State Regents for Higher Education (OSRHE) have adopted a progressive policy concerning satisfactory academic performance. Students failing to maintain an appropriate grade average will be placed on either academic notice or academic probation as a condition of continued enrollment. Academic Notice Students attempting 30 or fewer credit hours and having a cumulative grade point average of 1.7 to less than 2.0 will be placed on academic notice. Academic notice is a warning designed to alert a student to the possibility of future academic progress difficulties. Academic notice does not lead to academic suspension. Academic Probation Any student whose cumulative grade point average falls below the designated level for a given semester is on academic probation. Academic probation can lead to academic suspension. Students will be placed on academic probation if they fail to meet the following requirements: Credit Hours Attempted Cumulative GPA Requirement 0-30 sem.
Extractions: Profile of Oklahoma's Charter School Law Note : The following ranking and analysis reflects the state's law as of 2001. For the most recent state law profile, please contact the Center for Education Reform or order Charter School Laws Across the States: Ranking Score Card and Legislative Profiles from our Publications page Oklahoma (May 1999) The 16 th weakest of the nations 38 charter laws General Statistics Number of Schools Allowed Unlimited in school districts with 5,000 or more students and counties with a population of at least 500,000 (Oklahoma City and Tulsa) Number of Charters Operating (As of Fall 2001) Approval Process Eligible Chartering Authorities Local school boards or vocational-technical school districts Eligible Applicants Any person or organization Types of Charter Schools Converted public, new starts Appeals Process No, only binding arbitration and mediation paid for by the school district Formal Evidence of Local Support Required No Recipient of Charter Charter school governing body Term of Initial Charter Up to 3 years Operations Automatic Waiver from Most State and District Education Laws, Regulations, and Policies
Resident Tuition Regulations Each residency petition is judged on its own merit using the guidelines and regulationsestablished by the oklahoma State Regents for Higher education. http://www.ou.edu/admrec/residency.htm
Extractions: Housing Prospective Students Student Life Admissions ... Enrollment Statistics The University of Oklahoma is a state supported institution of higher education supported by legislative funds derived from State of Oklahoma tax revenue. As a state, tax-supported institution, the University gives preference in tuition to residents of the State of Oklahoma. The Universitys definition of the term "resident" may be different from the definitions developed by other, non-university agencies The University does not recognize declarations of resident status made by other agencies . Thus a person who is an Oklahoma resident for tax or voting purposes is not necessarily a resident for University of Oklahoma tuition purposes. Basic Definition of Resident Status Resident status is granted to financially independent adults who are permanently residing in Oklahoma and who have been physically and continuously present in the State of Oklahoma for at least one calendar year prior to the first day of class attendance at any Oklahoma institution of higher education; and who, during this one-year period, resided in Oklahoma for some reason other than primarily to attend classes at a post-secondary educational institution.