March 22, 2019: Oklahoma’s Promise scholarship program succeeding in making college a reality for low-income students (Tulsa World)

Oklahoma’s Promise has come a long way in helping low-income students achieve a college degree since the tuition scholarship program’s inception almost three decades ago.

More than 85,000 high school graduates have received the scholarship during that time, according to the Oklahoma’s Promise 2017-18 Year End Report…

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Jan. 24, 2019: Priority: Restore higher education funding to ensure a well-educated workforce (

Maintaining a robust system of higher education is vital to Oklahoma’s economic prosperity. Insufficient funding hampers Oklahoma’s ability to increase college degree earners and cultivate the productive workforce that is needed to keep Oklahoma economically competitive.

Over the past decade, Oklahoma’s 25 colleges and universities have experienced . . .  read more