In 2014, only 40.1% of Oklahoma’s workforce had a degree, certificate or high quality credential. However, projections show that 70% of Oklahoma’s jobs will require some education or training beyond high school by 2025. To address this skills gap, the state has set an ambitious goal of having 70% of Oklahoma’s workforce 25-64 years-old having education or training beyond high school by the year 2025, including post-secondary degrees, certificates and other high quality credentials.


A Stronger Nation (Lumina Foundation Report)

A Stronger Nation: Oklahoma Brief

Executive Order

NAEP Scores: Oklahoma’s Report Card

Oklahoma’s College Enrollment Data

Oklahoma High School Graduate Projections

Oklahoma College Going Rates

Annual Enrollment in Oklahoma Public Colleges & Universities