Save the Insight School of Oklahoma!

The Oklahoma Department of Education is considering a proposal that would require all alternative education programs to solely conduct attendance in-person.

That means, full-time online programs, including Insight School (ISOK), would no longer be able to provide its alternative education program.

Your student and their ISOK classmates deserve better than this misguided policy.

Without ISOK, Oklahoma's most vulnerable students lose

Student profile:

  • 23% of students with disabilities (vs. 18% state average)
  • 66% of students are economically disadvantaged (vs. 56%)

The top three reasons students enroll in ISOK:

  • Concerns about the mental health of the student
  • Catch up academically
  • Concerns about the environment of their previous school

Here’s how to get involved:

Share Your Story

We need the State Department of Education to hear from the families impacted by the proposal. Let us know how ISOK and the alternative education program has helped your student and family. Use the form here to share your story.

Join Us for a Virtual Town Hall Meeting

November 9th at 3:00 PM CT

Register here:

Attend or Speak at a State Department of Education Meeting

November 15 at 1:30 PM CT

Oklahoma City

To learn more, please email

Note: PSO-OK can help cover gas and meals for families willing to attend.

Email Public Comment to the State Board of Education

The proposed rule is open for public comment. All comments must be received by 4:30 PM on Wednesday, November 15, 2023. Written comments may be submitted by email to

Some things to include in your email:

  • Attention Oklahoma State Board of Education
  • I am writing to add my comment on the proposal 210:35-29-8 requirements for alternative education programs.
  • The state of Oklahoma Board of Education should not pass this proposal as it will impact some of Oklahoma’s most vulnerable students, including my own child.
  • Discuss how ISOK has helped your family.
  • I urge the Oklahoma State Board of Education and Department of Education to oppose this proposed rule.