TULSA — According to Oklahoma Department of Education, they're preparing to cut more money from some districts across the state.
The mid-year adjustments are based on several factors, Including changing enrollment numbers and tax revenue.
Tulsa Public Schools is taking the biggest hit in the state by losing nearly $4 million, officials say.
Officials say the Union is also losing more than a million dollars.
But other districts are getting a boost.
In Tulsa County, only Glenpool and Collinsville will see an increase in state funding, officials say.
Tahlequah is getting a 3 percent jump, which is an extra $535 thousand.
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