Oklahoma schools found out how they scored on the state's A-F grading scale this week.
The grades were posted on October 16, but an error in the calculation meant they had to be corrected. The state superintendent apologized for the delay in the correct grades being posted.
Districts were given 10 days to review them for any mistakes or discrepancies. Because of the delay, the state has given districts a few extra days to file any appeals before the grades are finalized. After that, the grades will go before the State Board of Education on October 29, for final approval.
They'll then be released to the public.