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Driven to Read Update

House Bill 1715 was signed into law April 26, 2021, by Governor Kevin Stitt, effective immediately. With the passage of this law, Driven to Read is hereby repealed, and students are no longer required to show 8th grade reading proficiency when applying for a driver's permit or license.

K12 Rebrands to Stride, Inc.

The parent company of  ISOK has recently changed its corporate name from K12 to Stride, Inc. This change reflects our company’s continued growth, regardless of a student’s age or location, and highlights our company’s commitment to lifelong learning from kindergarten through adulthood.
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Online Learning Can Positively Impact Students

Lonnie Barton knows online learning can positively impact students and their families if their teachers are properly trained. In a letter to The Oklahoman, the Community Family Advisor shares why districts need to prepare teachers for success.
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3 Things that Might Surprise You About Online Education

There are some misconceptions about online learning. Sheryl Tatum knows this first-hand serving as the Head of School for Oklahoma Virtual Charter Academy and Insight School of Oklahoma. Read Sheryl's 3 things that might surprise you about online education in Oklahoma City Moms Blog.
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Mission Statement

Insight School of Oklahoma ("ISOK") will provide students who are struggling with their education an alternative academic program to help them stay in school, achieve a high school diploma, and be prepared for success in college, work and life.