OKLAHOMA CITY (AP) — Gov. Mary Fallin has signed into law bills regarding a budgeting system for state agencies and for charter schools.
Fallin on Friday signed a bill requiring state agencies use what is called performance-informed budgeting techniques. Fallin had made the system one of her legislative priorities.
The process calls for the agencies to set goals and outcomes that can be measured for their success.
The second new law gives school districts statewide the option of creating charter schools. Current law allows charter schools only in Oklahoma and Tulsa counties.