Oklahoma City Public Schools

Oklahoma City, Oklahoma

Suggested Citation:
National Council on Teacher Quality. (2018). Oklahoma City Public Schools. Teacher Contract Database. [Data set].
Retrieved from: https://www.nctq.org/contract-database/district/Oklahoma-City-Public-Schools
  • 145th

    largest school district
    in the country

    updated 03/12/2019**
  • $39k

    starting salary

    updated 05/07/2019
  • $64k

    max salary

    updated 05/07/2019
  • 3-4 , in accordance with state law; effective 2017-2018, 3-4 dependent on evaluation rating (see footnote)

    years to tenure

    updated 05/06/2019
  • 174

    days in student
    school year

    updated 04/16/2019
  • 184

    days in teacher
    school year

    updated 04/16/2019
  • 39,806

    students

    updated 03/12/2019**
  • 2,368

    teachers

    updated 03/12/2019**
  • 83%

    free/reduced lunch

    updated 03/12/2019**

Labor context

updated 04/05/2019
  • District is operating under a current agreement.
  • State requires collective bargaining by school districts if a majority of teachers vote for union representation.
  • The primary union or professional association is affiliated with AFT.

Student Demographics

updated 03/12/2019**

*N/A indicates the issue was not addressed in scope of NCTQ reviewed documents.
**School district teacher count, enrollment, and demographic data is from the 2016-2017 school year, sourced from the National Center for Education Statistics.
***Native Populations includes American Indian, Alaskan Native, and Hawaiian Native students

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