The Oklahoma State Board of Education is meeting today to discuss the future of standards after the legislature repealed Common Core last May.
The board twice voted to delay the process in meetings this summer, but a vote is expected today to move the plan forward.
KOSU’s Michael Cross reports in the third part of our series on education standards in Oklahoma.
After a lengthy discussion at last month’s school board meeting, members voted five to one to table the new standards process till the next meeting.
“The Chair votes 'No'.”