Driver's Education Forms and Information


In collaboration with the Department of Public Safety, certified endorsed teachers may instruct driver education elective courses through the public school districts.  State revolving fund offers a reimbursement for students who complete and pass a qualified public school driver education course.

House Bill 1715 was signed into law April 26, 2021, by Governor Kevin Stitt, effective immediately. 

  • Section1: Repeals the requirement that any person under the age of 18 demonstrate satisfactory reading ability at the 8th grade reading level, using the ELA statewide student assessment or any alternative reading proficiency test in order to apply for a driver license or permit.
  • Section 2: Repeals the requirement that any person under the age of 18 provide proof of school enrollment, or documentation excusing them from this requirement, and proof of successfully passing the 8th grade reading test in order to receive a driver license or permit. 

      

For more information about Driver's Education, contact: State Aid, (405) 521-3460.

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Last updated on September 16, 2021