OU social scientists from both the Norman and Tulsa campuses, and from various disciplines, are tapped as needed to address research and evaluation needs as they are identified.
Some projects are identified by the central core scholars of the OCEP and published as policy white papers or scholarly publications. Other research projects are contracted with civil and governmental agencies. Some research projects may be ongoing partnerships with civic or educational entities for longitudinal research informing policy and practice.
The Oklahoma Center for Education Policy has a mission that integrates the resources of The University of Oklahoma with various community needs, especially those associated with education and poverty.
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