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OPSRC offers a wide variety of resources that can be accessed without a membership. We are proud to work alongside our national partners, subsidiaries and a range of affiliated groups to support public education. 

Job Board

OPSRC members can submit open positions for posting on the OPSRC job board. Educators and administrators from all districts are able to view the job board.

Job postings must include an email address for applicant submissions or a web page where applicants can apply. Click the submit jobs button below to submit a job posting. 

If the link above doesn't work, send your job posting to:

Data Portal

Public education conversations are nuanced and complex. The OPSRC data portal is intended to facilitate constructive conversations about public education in Oklahoma, and includes data visualizations on many topics. These visualizations allow viewers to see how these topics affect districts across the state.

If there is a data visualization that would be helpful to your district, please use the suggest button to send us a note.

Legislative Updates

As part of our service to members, we monitor Oklahoma legislation that has an impact on education.

If there legislation you want to know more about, please use the suggest button to send us a note.

EdTech Supports

Through Tech Talks and Tech Titans, we have an expanding library of efficient training on today’s most popular classroom tools and most pertinent EdTech topics. Registration for Tech Talks and Tech Titans is free to all educators, and all recorded sessions are available in the archive. Recordings in the archive are available for viewing by member and non-member school districts.


Catalyst Education Fund

Would you like to support public education and receive a tax credit?

OPSRC operates the Catalyst Education Fund, an approved Oklahoma income tax credit granting entity under the Oklahoma income tax credit program. In lieu of giving directly to a school, donors can give to the Catalyst Education Fund and receive the same Oklahoma income tax credit as giving to a school. OPSRC transmits 100% of the donation to the designated public school, and works with the school and the donor to ensure the funds are invested appropriately. 

To learn more about how the tax credit program works and how you can support innovative programs in public schools, visit the Catalyst Education Fund website. 

Oklahoma School Innovation Summit

The Oklahoma School Innovation Summit (OSIS) is different from other conferences because every session features Oklahoma educators. Our goal is to highlight the amazing work that is happening in Oklahoma classrooms and connect educators from across the state. All teachers are welcome to attend and submit proposals. To learn more about what makes OSIS the can’t-miss conference of the summer, please visit our OSIS webpage.

Non-Member Services

These resources are available to all Oklahoma School Districts.

Every student in every school should have the opportunity to learn computer science. OPSRC is a Regional Partner.
Learn Anywhere Oklahoma is a free website where districts can research and compare high quality online digital content. OPSRC manages LAOK.
Take advantage of a clear, affordable process that finds the right person for your district. Available to OPSRC member and non-member districts.
The Teaching and Leading Initiative of Oklahoma partners with school districts to develop teacher and school leader capacity through one-on-one coaching and professional development.


Superintendent Search


Teachers For Teachers

This group of educators wants to create the region's best peer-to-peer professional development content and offers a space for exemplary educators to showcase their skills.


The Oklahoma Partnership for Expanded Learning is a network of organizations committed to increasing access to high-quality expanded learning opportunities for Oklahoma students.


The Oklahoma Public Charter School Association exists to support and advocate for charter schools and the families they serve.

Job Listings

  • Tech Titans
  • Technology Standards
    ISTE Standards provide informative, clear, and measurable targets for technology skills, knowledge, and attitudes.
  • Tech Integration Models
    The SAMR Model focuses on analyzing and encouraging deeper levels of student-led and engaged activities. The TPACK Framework prioritizes selecting appropriate technology tools to support content and pedagogical needs. The Technology Integration Matrix (TIM) examines the intersection of five interdependent characteristics of meaningful learning environments (active, collaborative, constructive, authentic, and goal-directed) with five levels of technology integration (entry, adoption, adaptation, infusion, and transformation).
  • Special Interest Topics
    These Tech Talks are in-depth explorations of education subjects with respect to how applying academic technology can enable, augment, and transform learning experiences. We hope they spark discussions, encourage sharing of resources, and introduce you to new ways of thinking about how students learn and grow. If you have a suggestion for a topic that you would like us to cover in a future Tech Talk, use the "Suggest" button above to send us a note.
  • Individual Tech Tools
    We have created videos on individual tools that can be used with any of the tech integration models listed above to meet ISTE Standards. If you have a suggestion for a tool you would like us to explain in a future Tech Talk, use the "Suggest" button above to send us a note.
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