OKLAHOMA CITY — All week long we’ve been talking about the release of the state’s controversial “A through F” report cards for Oklahoma schools.
This afternoon the Oklahoma Education Association is turning the tables, issuing a report card on Janet Barresi, the state superintendent of schools.
That organization recently surveyed more than 4,000 people to find out what they thought about Barresi’s performance.
The votes cast by educators and parents were tallied and according to the OEA the state’s top education leader earned an “F”.
“Finally, our respondents gave Superintendent Barresi a grade of “F” for overall performance, due to her lack of support of public schools, education employees and a lack of inclusion of the education community,” A representative of the OEA said.