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Our next session on Housing is coming up on March 26!

Our next event will focus on Housing data and will be on Friday, Mar. 26 at 10:30 am.


Exploring the Data in the Education Theme

Education Theme Score = 46.22/100

Explore the data, equality scores and information on education in Tulsa here.

Featured Blog

CAP Tulsa—Preparing Young Children for School Success

CAP Tulsa | February 22, 2021

In our latest blog post, Karen Kiely, Executive Director/CEO of CAP Tulsa, discusses how investments and two-generation approaches in early childhood lay the foundation for later school success. [Read more]


Education Session Recap

Last month, more than 70 community members joined our second of six community engagement sessions. During our February session we reviewed the Education theme of the Tulsa Equality Indicators report with Dr. Deborah Gist, Superintendent of Tulsa Public Schools; Carlisha Williams Bradley, Executive Director, ImpactTulsa; Ricardo Rivera, Director, JUVENGAF (JUVENtud GArantia del Futuro); and Dr. Joyce McClellan, Chief Development and Diversity Officer, Tulsa Tech.

Key Takeaways

  • Education is the highest scoring theme with a score of 46.22 and has the highest change score with an 8.56-point increase since the baseline; this progress largely reflects the collaborative efforts of Tulsa Public Schools and the community to eliminate disparities in educational success and outcomes.
  • Partnerships with schools, parents, community-based organizations, and the City are essential to ensure student success.
  • Disaggregated data must be used to both identify disparities and drive solutions to ensure all students have equitable opportunities for success.
  • Structural and institutional racism play a major role in the inequitable outcomes of students.
  • COVID-19 exacerbated disparities that already existed.
  • Everyone can support equitable opportunities and outcomes for students by advocating for and supporting policies for equitable recovery from COVID-19.

Resources & Links

Below are resources shared during the community engagement session by panelists and participants.

Educational Opportunities


Language Access Notice

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Education Data Indicators

Click on the below infographics to further explore the data.


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