Organizations that help children and adults pursue education at little or no cost include:

Resources:
Oklahoma’s Promise
FAFSA
OK 529 Savings Plan
The Oklahoma Education Law Book
Oklahoma Compilations of School Discipline Laws & Regulations

Adult Education:

National Council on Aging
Oklahoma GED
GED Academy
Tulsa Dream Center– GED & ESL
Neighbor Along the Line– GED, Computer Lab, & Job Skills
CAP Tulsa- Career Training & Early Childhood Education
Creek County Literacy Program- Adult Literacy & Computer Technology 
Margaret Hudson Program- for Pregnant Teens
Youth Services of Creek County– Parenting Classes

 

Children Education:
KIPP Tulsa-
 Charter Public School 
Reading Partners- Literacy Tutoring 
Street School– Alternative School
Youth at Heart- After School Programs 
Tulsa Boys’ Home- Schooling on campus for admitted boys 
Crosstown Learning Center– 6 weeks through pre-K childhood education center

Report Bullying:
Are you or your child having trouble with being bullied at school? File a report with the Oklahoma State Department of Education here.
Oklahoma Department of Education: Bullying Prevention
Oklahoma Bullying Prevention Resources
Heartline
PBS: It’s My Life
Love is Louder 
Preventing Bullying
The Trevor Project
Stomp Out Bullying
Kind Campaign
It Gets Better

Other Complaints at Schools:
To file a USDA Civil Rights Complaint on a Child Nutrition Plan
To Request Open Records from the State Department of Education not student related
Day Care Licensing Complaints here by Your Area

If you have any questions about any organizations below, or have any suggestions of additional organizations please feel free to contact us.

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