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Thursday, December 14
19.5%

Percentage of Oklahoma families with children that had income below the poverty threshold in 2016.

Source: U.S. Census Bureau American Community Survey

Wednesday, December 13
3.8 years

Growth in average test scores for students after 5 years of education in Tulsa Public Schools (3rd to 8th grade). This growth rate was 7th worst out of the 200 largest school districts in the U.S.

Source: Stanford Center for Education Policy Analysis via New York Times

Tuesday, December 12
2,134

Forcible and attempted rapes reported in Oklahoma in 2016, up more than 9.5 percent from 2015

Source: The Frontier

Monday, December 11
2.2%

Percentage of households in Oklahoma with limited English-speaking ability.

Source: American Community Survey

Friday, December 8
$68,291

Median household income of Canadian County, Oklahoma in 2016, the highest in the state. The lowest was Choctaw County with a median income of $32,458.

Source: U.S. Census Small Area Income and Poverty Estimates

Thursday, December 7
5,500

Acres of watermelons planted in Oklahoma in 2015

Source: USDA

Wednesday, December 6
$3.2 billion

Value of production of cattle and calves in Oklahoma in 2015

Source: USDA

Tuesday, December 5
45%

Percentage of school-age children in the Idabel Public Schools district living in poverty, the highest percentage of all districts in Oklahoma.

Source: OK Policy analysis of U.S. Census data

Monday, December 4
3,560

Number of Oklahoma families receiving early learning home visiting services in 2016, down from 9,156 in 2011

Source: OK State Stat

Friday, December 1
321

Structurally deficient bridges in Oklahoma in 2016, down from 706 in 2011

Source: OK State Stat

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