Student Information

The Wave System button
The Wave System

Data Certification button
Data Certification

Data Use (OKED) button
Data Use (OKED)

SLDS button

P20 Council button
P20 Council
Privacy and Security button
Privacy and Security
Data and Reports button
Data and Reports
Documents and Guidance button
Documents and Guidance


Student Information System


Wave Access IconWave access via Single Sign-On
(Username and Password Required)


Quick Links 

Goals for the Oklahoma State Department of Education's student information system:
  • To provide educators and policymakers with relevant, timely and actionable data that empower them to improve student outcomes
  • To collect the least amount of the highest quality data in the most efficient manner possible
  • To protect student privacy by establishing and maintaining procedures and safeguards for the collection and use of student data

To achieve these goals, the OSDE works with local school districts to:

  1. Strengthen the data pipeline (the flow of data between the OSDE and LEAs)
  2. Improve data quality (the accuracy of the data in the state student information system)
  3. Expand data use (by providing local school personnel with appropriate access to data through tools aligned to their needs)
  4. Provide support to those who work with and rely on student data.

Data Pipeline, Data Quality, Data Use, Data Support arrow graphic

In addition, the OSDE is working to increase transparency and security so that our schools, teachers, students, parents and the public are fully aware of the data the state collects, how the data are used, and what the state is doing to protect the privacy of our students, their families, and our school personnel.

Finally, the OSDE is working to reduce the overall administrative burden on districts for data reporting and certification while also allowing students’ data to follow them to new schools when their families move or change schools.

Find public data that is reported by districts and schools on the Public Records page.

Back to Top
Share This Page!
Last updated on December 7, 2022