Data Portal

The OPSRC data portal is intended to facilitate constructive conversations about public education in Oklahoma. We know that public education conversations are naturally complex and if anything in this portal sparks confusion or raises concerns, we hope you will contact us to discuss. We view this portal as an evolving site and if there are ways to improve the portal, we welcome this feedback.

Oklahoma Redbud Fund Calculations

Governor Stitt signed SB229 on May 28, 2021, making the Redbud Grants the first, official state revenue contribution to school capital projects. These grants are funded using medical marijuana retail sales tax revenue and, if needed, a portion of state general sales taxes.
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College Remediation Rates of Oklahoma High School Grads

This graphic looks at the number of high school students entering college in an Oklahoma college or university who are required to take "zero level" courses. Educational institutions require these courses before the student can enroll in courses that count toward degree completion. Typically, these courses are charged directly to the student, not only stretching out the length of the degree program but also increasing cost.
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Comparison of Education Finance Data Sources

The three data sources being compared in this interactive visualization are the National Center for Education Statistics (NCES), the National Education Association (NEA), and the Oklahoma Cost Accounting System (OCAS), which is the financial accounting arm of Oklahoma's State Department of Education.
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Comparison of Public School Per Pupil Expenditures

Per pupil expenditures (PPE) are an average of what schools spend per student on a wide variety of things. These calculations are different for each state. These charts display data from Oklahoma and surrounding states.
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Comparison of Public School Revenue Sources

Where does funding for schools come from? These three graphs compare the revenue sources for education in states in this region; how local sources have changed over the last six years; and the amount of change in total revenue over the last six years.
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Sinking Fund

The Sinking Fund receives local tax dollars upon voter approval. The fund’s purpose is to pay the district’s voted debts for capital improvements. This includes payments on voter-approved bonds for large-scale projects. The amount of bonds a district can seek is capped at 10% of the total valuation of the real property located in a district. The fund can also be used to pay for other district debts like those imposed by a court through a judgment.
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Computer Science Data

This visualization shows districts and schools that offer computer science. It is important to look at metrics regarding equity, including offerings for low-income and racially and ethnically diverse student populations.
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Enrollment Data

These interactive graphs allow you to explore the enrollment data statewide by site type, grade level and district. It tells us a lot about the students currently being served in our public schools.
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