Oklahoma Public School's Largest Provider of Worker's Compensation
OSAG is the largest provider of workers' compensation services to Oklahoma public schools. Four hundred ninety-five school districts are members of OSAG in 2019-2020.
Since 1994, OSAG has saved school districts approximately $98,727,624 in accumulated savings of education dollars! These savings include over $16,113,689 in refunds of premiums paid & dividends issued, savings in premiums paid compared to outside insurance markets, safety equipment grant award, and equity ownership in both OSAG & CompSource Mutual Insurance Company.
OSAG is a fully insured program, with each OSAG member owning a piece of the Oklahoma School Assurance Group. Each OSAG member is charged an individual premium based on individual district performance, and is not punished by unsatisfactory loss ratios of other OSAG members. One premium is charged for one year of coverage, without change. OSAG members enjoy the possibility of annual dividend awards based on claim performance per year.
Our Founding Director
Eugene Keith served as the founding Administrative Director of the Oklahoma School Assurance Group from 1994-2004. Mr. Keith's presence in Oklahoma public school education was and will remain a strong one. Mr. Keith's entire adult career was serving public education in Oklahoma as a teacher, coach, administrator and past Executive Director of the Cooperative Council for School Administration.
Eugene Keith's oversight of the Oklahoma School Assurance Group assisted in building the organization to become the largest provider of workers' compensation services to Oklahoma public schools. His presence helped to form OSAG to be the quality, ethical organization that it is today.
An annual OSAG golf tournament is held in his name, with all proceeds contributed toward the Gene Keith Educational Scholarship Fund. Five scholarships are awarded annually to qualifying Oklahoma graduates as follows:
- 1 - $5,000 scholarship awarded to top Oklahoma graduate
- 4 - $2,500 scholarships awarded to top Oklahoma graduate from each quadrant of the state
Please contact the CCOSA office at 405-524-1191 for assistance with scholarship applications.