The ink is drying on Oklahoma's multi-million-dollar education bill. Governor Stitt signed the bill yesterday in Oklahoma City, paving the way for $625 million dollars in funding for the state's public schools. Proponents say the measure funds significant pay raises for public-school teachers, ranging from $3,000 to $6,000 per year. It reportedly also funds paid maternity leave. Meanwhile, officials say, the bill provides $155 million to help cover education costs for families of private and home-schooled students.