- Oklahoma's state Board of Education voted Monday to delay releasing A-F grades that will be assigned to 1,750 schools after administrators and parents raised concerns.
- The grades will instead be released after a board vote on Oct. 25.
- State schools Superintendent Janet Barresi said that grade changes in law could be considered in the future, based on feedback that was received.
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The state Board of Education voted Monday morning to delay the release of the A-F letter grades assigned to nearly 1,750 schools statewide.
Grades will be released after a vote the board's regular meeting Oct. 25.
The board voted unanimously to delay the grade release. ...