Gov. Kevin Stitt on Thursday referred to as for a state audit of Oklahoma’s largest college district. 

Tulsa Public Faculties is suspected of “potential mishandling of public funds” and of violating Home Invoice 1775, the governor alleged in a video posted to social media. 

“We are going to unravel what’s happening in Tulsa Public Faculties,” Stitt stated. 

The varsity district didn’t instantly return requests for remark Thursday afternoon. 

Two members of the Tulsa Board of Schooling, E’Lena Ashley and Jennettie Marshall, requested for an audit of the varsity district in a July 1 letter to the governor. 

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Gov. Kevin Stitt speaks to a crowd after winning the Republican primary for governor during an election watch party inside the First National Center in Oklahoma City, Tuesday, June 28, 2022.

Ashley and Marshall despatched the letter after the district found $20,000 in contract administration irregularities. The varsity district advised the Tulsa World it notified legislation enforcement of irregularities between a vendor and the varsity district’s Expertise Administration Division. 

Chief Expertise and Fairness Officer Devin Fletcher resigned June 27, the World reported. 

Ashley and Marshall stated the Tulsa college board was unaware of the investigation till June 30 and imagine a lot of the board is “at nighttime.” 



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