By Tim Willert Staff Writer firstname.lastname@example.orgSchool districts across Oklahoma, including Oklahoma City Public Schools, could recoup as much as $100 million or more in state aid payments miscalculated for 22 years if a lawsuit is settled, The Oklahoman has learned. School boards in Oklahoma City and Enid were scheduled to meet behind closed doors Monday night to consider settling a lawsuit filed against the state Education Department and others on behalf of four school districts in September 2016. "The only thing I can tell you is we're discussing the case tonight," said Brandon Carey, general counsel for the Oklahoma City district. After a more than four-hour public meeting Monday night, the Oklahoma City board adjourned without going into...
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Settlement could net millions for school districts