Oklahoma Education Association calls for multiple raises after State of State Address

Yesterday afternoon after Governor Stitt’s State of the State Address, the Oklahoma Education Association stated the proposed $1,200 wasn’t enough.

The OEA is calling for a $3,000 teacher pay raise, a $2,500 raise for support professionals and a $150 million raise for classrooms overall. This is to lower classroom size and bring back AP, fine arts, world language and other dropped classes.

The OEA says if the goals are not achieved, a walkout is not in the works, but there will be a day of action.

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