By: Glen D. Johnson
The Oklahoma State Regents for Higher Education recently announced formation of a task force to consider ways to improve degree completion and increase productivity through enhanced modernization, efficiencies and innovation in higher education.
By: The Oklahoman Editorial Board
THE Legislature last year cut the state's higher education budget by 16 percent, a clear message that lawmakers felt higher ed could absorb the blow easier than other core government agencies. Will they send a different message this year?
By: Shawn Hein
The state currently has more than 18,000 “economy-defining” jobs that will go unfilled because of a lack of college graduates. Those industries include engineering, nursing, IT, financial analysts and various managerial jobs.
By: Kathryn McNutt
Oklahoma's public colleges and universities want lawmakers to restore $148 million in funding that was cut last year, but another cut is more likely.