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OKLAHOMA CITY – Oklahoma City residents are being asked to give their feedback on their local school district.

The Greater Oklahoma City Chamber and other community partners are inviting Oklahoma School District parents, employees, and the community to take part in a new survey that will offer valuable insight that the school district can use form reform.

The survey is said to give everyone the opportunity to provide feedback about what is going on in Oklahoma City public schools.


According to a press release from the Greater Oklahoma City Chamber, they will provide the results and data as a gift to the school district so they can use it to drive improvement at all levels.

“The Greater Oklahoma City Chamber has long believed that a strong education system is a key part of the foundation for building a vibrant community that will attract businesses and people to Oklahoma City,” said Roy H. Williams, president and CEO of the Greater Oklahoma City Chamber. “This survey for Oklahoma City Public Schools sends the message that the quality of our schools matters to the business community and that we want to do all we can to support the district’s efforts toward effective reform.”

Their goal is to have 4,800 completed surveys within the next month.