Q&A: State Superintendent Janet Barresi answers your questions
OKLAHOMA CITY – No matter what grade, what district or what age, what happens in our state’s schools is extremely important.
State Superintendent Janet Barresi joined us to answer some of your questions about your concerns.
The new state law that would require third graders to be held back if they don’t pass the state reading test is a concern to many parents.
Superintendent Barresi talked about the new law as well as many other issues on parents’ minds.
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