The Oklahoma School Readiness Pathway illustrates how Health, Early Care & Learning and Family Support influence a child’s readiness for school. Beginning at birth through school entry, this framework allows us to monitor outcomes and indicators that inform action including policy changes, effective investments and quality improvements.
OPSR is seeking technical assistance for the planning of Oklahoma's Early Childhood Integrated Data System. Submit bids by 5 p.m. CST April 30.
If numbers are your expertise, we're looking for you to join our team! We're hiring an Accountant II position now.
News 9 featured OPSR's recent trip to D.C. to speak at a congressional briefing about OKFutures (Preschool Development Grant).
Want to know more about OKFutures? Click the button below for our original grant application.
Part of our responsibility as an organization is to present an annual report to the Governor of Oklahoma and the state legislature, so that early childhood stakeholders can better understand both the opportunities and barriers to school success that children and their families may face from birth to the time they enter school.