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CareerTech Performance Review - Jan. 2024

The Oklahoma Department of Career and Technology Education has asked state lawmakers for a $41.75 million increase in state funding to expand the number of career training programs and help meet the employment demands of Oklahoma businesses and industries. Oklahoma CareerTech State Director Brent Haken submitted to House and Senate lawmakers a budget request of $201,956,568 for fiscal year 2025, a 26% increase compared with CareerTech’s fiscal 2024 state appropriation. The increased funding, Haken said, would eliminate a waiting list of about 7,500 students at Oklahoma CareerTech’s 29 technology centers within three years. Below is a copy of ODCTE’s Jan. 9, 2024, presentation to state lawmakers.

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Last Modified on Jan 26, 2024
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