Facts & Statistics

Facts and StatsNational Adult Literacy Survey statistics can be found by visiting the the National Center for Education Statistics (NCES) website.

Fact Sheets are available for your review:

β€’ Correctional Education
β€’ Early Literacy
β€’ Health Literacy
β€’ Literacy and Learning Disabilities
β€’ Workforce Literacy

Learn more about Oklahoma schools, including how each compares to others in the state, by visiting the Oklahoma School Profiles.

Kids Count is a national and state-by-state effort to track the status of children in the U.S. By providing policymakers and citizens with benchmarks of child well-being, Kids Count seeks to enrich local, state, and national discussions concerning ways to secure better futures for all children. Visit the Kids Count Data Center to obtain more data.

Statistics from the 2010 Census are now available from the U.S. Census Bureau. The Literacy Resource Office has compiled the information for Oklahoma by county.

Get our latest statistics brochure (pdf) including a map showing educational attainment levels by county, or use the table below.

Educational Attainment by County

Area

Less Than 9th Grade

Less Than 12th Grade

Statewide 6% 20%
Adair County 13% 33%
Alfalfa County 5% 20%
Atoka County 11% 31%
Beckham County 7% 26%
Beaver County 6% 21%
Blaine County 8% 26%
Bryan County 8% 24%
Caddo County 8% 25%
Canadian County 3% 14%
Carter County 6% 24%
Cherokee County 7% 23%
Choctaw County 11% 31%
Cimarron County 13% 25%
Cleveland County 2% 12%
Coal County 12% 31%
Comanche County 4% 15%
Cotton County 6% 24%
Craig County 7% 24%
Creek County 6% 23%
Custer County 6% 18%
Delaware County 6% 26%
Dewey County 6% 22%
Ellis County 6% 20%
Garfield County 5% 19%
Garvin County 10% 28%
Grady County 6% 21%
Grant County 5% 16%
Greer County 7% 23%
Harmon County 14% 37%
Harper County 7% 19%
Haskell County 12% 33%
Hughes County 9% 30%
Jackson County 7% 21%
Jefferson County 10% 30%
Johnston County 10% 30%
Kay County 5% 21%
Kingfisher County 6% 21%
Kiowa County 8% 24%
Latimer County 8% 26%
LeFlore County 10% 30%
Lincoln County 6% 23%
Logan County 5% 19%
Love County 9% 27%
Major County 8% 23%
Marshall County 10% 30%
Mayes County 7% 25%
McClain County 7% 21%
McCurtain County 11% 31%
McIntosh County 9% 28%
Murray County 7% 27%
Muskogee County 7% 26%
Noble County 5% 20%
Nowata County 7% 24%
Okfuskee County 11% 31%
Oklahoma County 5% 19%
Okmulgee County 8% 26%
Osage County 6% 21%
Ottawa County 7% 25%
Pawnee County 5% 22%
Payne County 3% 11%
Pittsburg County 8% 25%
Pontotoc County 6% 21%
Pottawatomie County 5% 21%
Pushmataha County 12% 31%
Roger Mills County 6% 22%
Rogers County 4% 18%
Seminole County 8% 28%
Sequoyah County 10% 30%
Stephens County 6% 24%
Texas County 15% 30%
Tillman County 12% 33%
Tulsa County 4% 17%
Wagoner County 4% 20%
Washington County 4% 16%
Washita County 5% 22%
Woods County 6% 17%
Woodward County 6% 21%

 


To contact staff of the Literacy Resource Office, use ODL’s Staff Contact Form orΒ Division Contact Form.