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Oklahoma virtual school board members resign unexpectedly
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Oklahoma virtual school board members resign unexpectedly

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OKLAHOMA CITY — Two state officials who had been scrutinized over connections to Epic Charter Schools have resigned unexpectedly from the state agency overseeing virtual education programs.

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