October 9, 2012
The state Board of Education voted unanimously Monday to delay a vote on releasing the first report cards of the new A-F grading system for all schools and districts statewide until the Oct. 25 regular meeting. The board's decision went against the wishes of State Superintendent Janet Barresi. The board was set to vote to certify the new grades and then release them in the afternoon.
Sherri Fair, director of student data and assessment at Union Public Schools, goes over data during a press conference in Tulsa on Monday. MICHAEL WYKE / Tulsa World