Epic Charter was recently smeared by an unprecedented State Auditor's report which made up rules and protocols which Auditor Cindy Byrd claims Epic violated. That was last week.
Now, armed with that sham document, The State Dept. of education declared jurisdiction to steal $11 million of the appropriated funds which Epic needs to educate over 61,000 Oklahoma children. That was yesterday. No court trial, no appeal... just deep state operatives wielding the powers that our lawmakers give them. That happened on Monday.
In 2013 the legislature created a State Virtual School Board, consisting of 5 members, who decide who and how can operate a charter school. We're providing the pictures, names and listed phone numbers for all five current members, as they appear on the state govt website.
OCPA published a more detailed report. You can read it, here.