By Ray Carter
Center for Independent Journalism 

Several area schools have high per-pupil funding


August 14, 2022

The following public schools were identified by the by Legislative Office of Fiscal Transparency (LOFT) as those that that received no money from the state’s school-funding formula in the 2020-2021 school year due to significant local property tax funding.

Data on per-pupil spending for each district comes from the Oklahoma State Department of Education.

Information on ACT scores, economically disadvantaged students, average teacher salary, and average property valuation per student, comes from 2020 district profiles produced by the Office of Educational Quality and Accountability.


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