While educational achievement gaps between socioeconomic and racial groups continue to persist, Tulsa-area students are showing progress, particularly in reading proficiency and post-secondary opportunities, according to a report released Thursday.
The ImpactTulsa 2016 Community Impact Report shows recent trends in kindergarten reading readiness, third-grade reading proficiency, middle school mathematics, high school graduation and post-secondary enrollment based on data collected from 15 area school districts.
The organization is one of 64 regions comprising the StriveTogether Network, which supports communities in transforming education outcomes. Read more
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