Oklahoma students in education limbo? Superintendent of Oklahoma breaks it down

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Today on 4 Your Child, call it education limbo.

For at least the next two years, Oklahoma students will be side-lined with an uncertain academic future.

Lawmakers repealed common core standards, and the Oklahoma supreme court affirmed that decision.

That means students will follow old pass standards, which no one thinks were rigorous enough for today's college and work environment.

A two year back to the drawing board effort will begin to develop new Oklahoma standards.

Today, Superintendent of Oklahoma Janet Barresi is here to break down exactly what we're facing in the months and years ahead.



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