Todd Russ, R-Cordell, would extend OHLAP
for qualifying students in 11th or 12th grades or who are between the ages of 16 and 18 and educated by other means, such as home schooling, if their parents have become deceased after the students' 10th-grade year.
About $19.5 million was transferred to the Oklahoma Higher Learning Access Program, or OHLAP
. Legislation passed this year required officials to transfer $25 million to the State Highway Construction and Maintenance Fund and $4 million to the Oklahoma Railroad Maintenance Revolving Fund in September.