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    • Oklahoma Employment Security Act, 2014

    • 40 Oklahoma Statutes, Chapter 1 as Last Amended; Sections amended or added this year are: §§1-209.2, 2-105.1, 2-203, 2-210, 2-406.2, 2-406, 2-503, 2-506, 2-609, 3-105, 3-120, 4-508, and 600.8. Sections repealed: 2-900 through 2-910.; BOLD TEXT...
    • The needs of individuals with disabilities in Oklahoma

    • People with disabilities--Oklahoma.
    • The 2001-2002 Oklahoma Disability Study This report is based on data obtained from the 2001-2002 Oklahoma Disability Study (ODS), a statewide survey that solicited information on the economic, medical, therapeutic, social, and vocational needs of...
    • Psychiatric and chemical dependency facilities occupancy report

    • Psychiatric hospitals--Oklahoma--Statistics--Periodicals.;Substance abuse--Oklahoma--Periodicals.
    • This report includes psychiatric facility utilization data for the six-month period from...; The occupancy information for this report is provided by the State Department of Health, pursuant to Title 63 of the Oklahoma Statutes, Sections 1-880.4(C)...
    • Oklahoma's war on drugs

    • Drug control--Oklahoma--Finance.;Drug abuse--Oklahoma--Prevention--Finance.
    • "The issue of alcohol and drug abuse has become a preeminent topic of all levels of government and for all citizens of our society. For that reason, the Office of State Finance chose to review substance abuse issues and how those issues were being...
    • Small watershed rotating basin monitoring program. Year 1, Neosho-Grand and Upper Canadian Basins

    • Nonpoint source pollution--Neosho River Watershed (Kan. and Okla.);Nonpoint source pollution--Canadian River Watershed.;Nonpoint source pollution--Oklahoma.;Water quality--Neosho River Watershed (Kan. and Okla.);Water quality--Canadian River...
    • As the state's technical lead agency in NPS [nonpoint source] issues, the Oklahoma Conservation Commission (OCC) initiated in 2001 a new monitoring program...This program, referred to as the 'Small Watershed Rotating Basin Monitoring Program,' is...
    • Highly qualified teachers and improving teacher quality state grants (ESEA Title II, Part A)

    • Teachers--Rating of--Oklahoma.;Teachers--In-serving training--Oklahoma--Evaluation.;Teachers--Training of--Oklahoma--Evaluation.;Federal aid to education--Oklahoma.;Oklahoma. State Department of Education.
    • Like all State educational agencies (SEAs), the Oklahoma State Department of Education, as a condition of receiving funds under Title I, Part A and Title II, Part A of the Elementary and Secondary Education Act (ESEA), provided an assurance to the...
    • Midtown Tulsa redux

    • City planning--Oklahoma--Tulsa.;Urban renewal--Oklahoma--Tulsa.
    • Recent conflicts in the redevelopment process in Midtown Tulsa prompted a number of members from local neighborhood associations to approach councilor Baker to examine the dynamics of redevelopment in Midtown Tulsa.;In order to study the conditions...
    • Oklahoma strategic highway safety plan

    • Traffic safety--Oklahoma--Planning.;Traffic accidents--Oklahoma--Statistics.
    • Why do a Strategic Highway Safety Plan?; Who Needs to Participate in the SHSP Planning Process?; The 4 E's of Transportation Safety; SAFETEA-LU Requirements; Approach to Developing an SHSP for Oklahoma; SHSP Challenges; Q&A
    • Final task force report

    • Automobile industry and trade--Law and legislation--Oklahoma.;Automobile industry and trade--Government policy--Oklahoma.
    • In accordance with Senate Concurrent Resolution 86 (2002), please find attached the final report of the Joint Task Force on Automobile Industry Equity.; The Task Force met on two occasions November 14, 2002 and January 30, 2003.; During these...
    • Service needs assessment for Oklahoma juvenile justice and child welfare

    • Children--Services for--Oklahoma.; Juvenile delinquents--Services for--Oklahoma.; Juvenile justice, Administration of--Oklahoma.; Juvenile corrections--Oklahoma.
    • With impetus provided by the Terry D. Consent Degree, the Oklahoma Department of Human Services is developing a continuum of community-based services to better serve Oklahoma's children. This report presents projections of preferred service needs...
    • Poteau River comprehensive watershed management program

    • Watershed management--Poteau River Watershed (Ark. and Okla.); Watershed management--Oklahoma--LeFlore County.; Water quality management--Poteau River (Ark. and Okla.); Water quality management--Oklahoma--LeFlore County.; Water--Pollution--Poteau...
    • This project was intended to establish a comprehensive watershed management program for one of Oklahoma's highest priority waterbodies. The program then implemented this program, for demonstration and educational purposes, in one subwatershed of...
    • Air data report

    • Air quality--Oklahoma--Periodicals.; Air--Pollution--Oklahoma--Periodicals.
    • One of the most critical responsibilities of the Air Quality Division is monitoring Oklahoma's Air Quality. The monitoring unit has established and maintains 26 monitoring sites for criteria pollutants in 12 counties.; This report covers the...
    • Illinois River upland and in-stream phosphorus modeling : final report /

    • Nonpoint source pollution--Illinois River Watershed (Ark. and Okla.);Water--Phosphorus content--Illinois River Watershed (Ark. and Okla.);Phosphorus in agriculture--Environmental aspects--Illinois River Watershed (Ark. and Okla.)
    • The primary purpose of this project was to predict reductions in poultry litter application and point source phosphorus discharges which will be required to meet the 0.037mg/l Oklahoma criterion.; A secondary goal of this project was to evaluate...
    • Needs assessment

    • Head Start programs--Oklahoma.; Poor children--Oklahoma--Education (Preschool); Head Start programs--Oklahoma--Planning.; Poor children--Oklahoma--Education (Preschool)--Planning.
    • State funds are provided to Community Action Agencies for Head Start programs by the Oklahoma Department of Commerce, Office of Community Development, which oversees the administration of those funds.; The Oklahoma Head Start State Collaboration...
    • OSPR audit protocols

    • School districts--Oklahoma--Evaluation.
    • The District Organization, Management, and Personnel chpater evaluates the leadership of the district and how effectively it puts in place systems that ensure that the district is well managed, connected to the community, and academically...
    • Oklahoma Department of Commerce : foundation for the future

    • Oklahoma. Department of Commerce--Evaluation.;Oklahoma--Economy policy--21st century.;Oklahoma--Economic conditions--21st century.
    • the Oklahoma Department of Commerce (Commerce) engaged Boyette Levy to develop a planning and program alignment process that will provide direction to Commerce and guide prioritization of agency objectives, actions and resources into the 21st...
    • Oklahoma forest resource assessment, 2010

    • Forest management--Oklahoma.; Forests and forestry--Oklahoma.; Forest policy--Oklahoma.
    • Our intent is to provide a comprehensive and objective assessment of Oklahoma's forest resources, its benefits and the issues facing our forests today and in the future.; Oklahoma Forestry Services originally assessed the forest resources of the...
    • Recurrence of child maltreatment in Oklahoma

    • Child abuse--Oklahoma.;Oklahoma. Child Protective Services.
    • This report provides data on two pieces of a larger effort to evaluate maltreatment recurrence in Oklahoma.; The first section of this report will replicate the federal measure to examine four-year trends statewide and for administrative areas.;...
    • Fish consumption guide for the Tar Creek area including Grand Lake

    • Fish as food--Contamination--Tar Creek (Okla. and Kan.); Fish as food--Contamination--Grand Lake.; Lead--Toxicology--Tar Creek (Okla. and Kan.); Lead--Toxicology--Oklahoma--Grand Lake.
    • The Oklahoma Department of Environmental Quality has issued a series of fish consumption advisories for the Tar Creek Area, which includes Grand Lake. This fish advisory does not mean all fish caught from these waters are unsafe to eat. Instead, it...
    • Oklahoma oral health needs assessment, 2003 : third grade children

    • Dental public health--Oklahoma.;Dental public health--Oklahoma--Statistics.;Children--Health and hygiene--Oklahoma--Statistics.
    • "The University of Oklahoma Colleges of Public Health and Dentistry, in collaboration with the Oklahoma State Department of Health, conducted an oral health needs assessment among third grade children in the state of Oklahoma.; The purpose of this...
    • Bacteria total maximum daily loads for Canadian River, Oklahoma (OKWBID52062) : final /

    • Water--Pollution--Total maximum daily load--Canadian River Watershed.;Water--Polluton--Total maximum daily load--Oklahoma.;Bacterial pollution of water--Canadian River Watershed.;Bacterial pollution of water--Oklahoma.;Escherichia...
    • This report documents the data and assessment used to establish total maximum daily loads (TMDL) for the pathogen indicator bacteria fecal coliform, Escherichia coli (E. coli) or Enterococci for certain waterbodies in the Canadian River Basin.; The...
    • Final report

    • Health care reform--Oklahoma.;Medical care--Oklahoma.;Medical care, Cost of--Oklahoma.
    • In June 2008, the Speaker of the House, Chris Benge, announced the creation of a special legislative Health Care Reform Task Force and an advisory committee.; The Speaker charged the task force with examining Oklahoma's health care system, the...
    • Youth in trouble : a shared concern.

    • Juvenile delinquency--Oklahoma.; Rehabilitation of juvenile delinquents--Oklahoma.
    • The following pages contain a report of a two-year study of juvenile delinquency in Oklahoma. The study involved wide citizen participation and included a statewide survey of agency resources available to cope with the problems attendant to...
    • Evaluating cost effective technologies to reduce phosphorus loading to surface waters for the...

    • Water--Phosphorus content--Environmental aspects--Oklahoma--Spavinaw, Lake, Watershed.;Nutrient pollution of water--Oklahoma--Spavinaw, Lake, Watershed.;Water quality management--Oklahoma--Spavinaw, Lake, Watershed.;Poultry--Manure--Environmental...
    • Hydrological and nutrient dynamics analysis shows that reduction of external phosphorus loading to lakes Eucha and Spavinaw in the Ozark region is necessary to mitigate the problem of lakes eutrophication.; The main problem treated in the study was...
    • Assistive technology for children and youth with disabilities

    • Self-help devices for people with disabilities.;Children with disabilities--Education.
    • The federal regulations for implementation of the Individuals with Disabilities Education Improvement Act (IDEA) defines assistive technology (AT) devices and services..,;The 2004 reauthorization of IDEA maintains a requirement for Individualized...
    • Resident teacher packet

    • First year teachers--Training of--Oklahoma.;Observation (Educational method)
    • The Resident Teacher Program was initially implemented as a result of the Teacher Reform Act of 1980 (House Bill 1706). In 1995 House Bill 1549 changed the name from Entry-Year Assistance Program to Resident Teacher Program.; The intent of...


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