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The danger of further cuts to Oklahoma higher education

By: Devery Youngblood

Oklahoma has a huge problem. Our state does not produce enough college graduates in engineering, information technology, financial analysis, nursing, management and other economy-changing fields to fill 18,000 jobs we have open now.

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Oklahoma tackles gap between skills workers have, skills they need to fill jobs

By: Kathryn McNutt

Despite state budget woes, Gov. Mary Fallin wants lawmakers to earmark $20 million for a new Critical Occupations Fund designed to put more people to work in jobs deemed crucial to growing Oklahoma's economy.

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More cuts to higher education sets state on the path of ignorance and poverty

By: Wayne Greene

Plans are on the drawing board for enormous reductions in faculty and classes at state colleges and universities, if worst-case-scenario budget cuts hit higher education this year.


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Students express concerns about college affordability

By: Kathryn McNutt

Students from across the state shared concerns about college affordability during a meeting of the Oklahoma State Regents for Higher Education.

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Oklahoma falling behind in college-educated workforce, economist says

By: The Oklahoman

Oklahoma is not keeping up with the nation in producing the college-educated workforce needed to be competitive, an economist from the University of Oklahoma said Wednesday in a report to the State Regents for Higher Education.

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