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Oklahoma City school district hosts final meeting on 'Pathway to Greatness' project

Community member Andrew James, a longtime volunteer at Martin Luther King Elementary School, said past projects by Oklahoma...

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OKC district names building after Clara Luper

Family and friends, several wearing T-shirts with Luper's name and picture, attended the meeting, which broke out in applause...

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OKC district school closed Wednesday

Oklahoma City Public Schools will close Eugene Field Elementary on Wednesday because the school is without heat, Superintendent...

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Heritage Hall Adopt-a-Grandparent Program hosts annual Halloween Party for adopted grandparents

The Heritage Hall Upper School Adopt-a-Grandparent Program brought together students and residents of The Fountains at...

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Professor sues over rebuke for calling female transgender student 'sir'

A professor is suing officials at his small public university in Ohio after receiving a written warning for violating its...

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Oklahoma Christian University to stage classic children’s tale 'Master Cat' Nov. 15-17

Oklahoma Christian University students will present the family friendly production 'Master Cat' Nov. 15-17.

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Meetings yield few details about OKC school closures

"I do know that there is some anxiety from teachers and principals about where they’re going to be next year," Capitol Hill...

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Education notes for Nov. 11

OKLAHOMA CITY OCU offers scholarships for some English teachers Oklahoma City University is offering scholarships for its...

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Oklahoma state schools Superintendent Joy Hofmeister sued by witness in the now-dismissed criminal case against her

Witness in criminal case against Joy Hofmeister alleges she was behind his forced resignation in 2016.

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USAO honors 3 outstanding alumni

CHICKASHA — The University of Science and Arts of Oklahoma recognized three alumni for outstanding achievements and public...

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Applications for 2019 Youth Leadership Oklahoma class due Dec. 5

Leadership Oklahoma is accepting applications for its 2019 Youth Leadership Oklahoma class. The application deadline is 5 p.m....

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Edmond Schools to host teacher recruitment reception for education majors Nov. 29

The Edmond School District will be hosting a teacher recruitment reception for education majors on Nov. 29.

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Raises, restored funding budget priorities

The Oklahoma State Regents for Higher Education voted Thursday to request $878.2 million in state funding for 2019-20, an...

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Kids Alive! production of 'Mulan Jr.' showcases theatrical students of all abilities

Kids Alive! will present its fall production, 'Mulan Jr.,' at 7 p.m. Friday and 10 a.m., 2 p.m. and 7 p.m. Saturday.

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Federal grants going to 46 schools

Three federal GEAR UP grants totaling $68 million will target 12,000 pupils in 46 schools across the state, including every...

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Teacher commits suicide in classroom

ROSENBERG, Texas (KTRK) -- A middle school teacher who school officials believe committed suicide died after being found...

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OKC district continues community 'Pathway to Greatness' meetings

The meeting at Northwest Classen High School was the second of five community meetings to gather input on the project, which...

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Q&A with Teresa Moore: Arvest Bank helps single parents graduate college, overcome poverty

Q&A with Teresa Moore: Arvest Bank helps single parents graduate college, overcome poverty

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Children build playgrounds of the future during competition

Students from eight Oklahoma City public schools invented playground equipment of the future in the recently expanded Design+Do...

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Reunions: Oklahoma high school reunion listings

Reunions: Oklahoma high school reunion listings

Gubernatorial candidates pledge more money for schools

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Each candidate has offered additional education policy ideas, but the bulk of their education platforms relate to core funding.

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Teacher education majors inspire kids at 'Ancient Civilizations' interactive museum

Teacher education students at Oklahoma Baptist University hosted an interactive social studies museum for local fifth-grade...

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Thunder storms Oklahoma School of Science and Mathematics

The Oklahoma City Thunder made a surprise visit recently to the Oklahoma School of Science and Mathematics.

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PC North students to perform 'Wizard of Oz' Nov. 8-10

'The Wizard of Oz' will be presented at 7 p.m. Nov. 8-10 at Putnam City North High School, 11800 N Rockwell.

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Steve Lackmeyer: New approaches can make closed schools community assets

Steve Lackmeyer, OKC Central: New approaches can make closed schools community assets

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State questions: What to know

Oklahoma voters will see five state questions on Tuesday's ballot. Here's what to know about each measure before casting your...

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OKC district hosts first meeting on possible school closures

"The whole gist of this process is investment. The whole reason we're doing this is we believe our kids deserve more...

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5 Oklahoma City Public Schools picked for Disney Musicals in Schools program

Lyric Theatre of Oklahoma announces today the five new local schools that have been selected to participate in the 2018-19...

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Parenting: How to raise a voter

Tuesday, voters will elect a slate of leaders who will decide how best to address a variety of issues that will profoundly...

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District to release OKC school closure assessment data before public meeting

Superintendent Sean McDaniel said the meetings will focus on the process and not the end result, adding that no decisions have...

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State schools chief matched with familiar opponent

John Cox, a Democrat who ran unopposed in the June primary, will get another shot at Hofmeister, a Tulsa Republican who...

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What's the future of education in Oklahoma?

The future success of postsecondary education in Oklahoma requires a coordinated effort among K-12 schools, CareerTech,...

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OU, NASA partner on satellite observatory project

The University of Oklahoma and NASA are partnering to develop the Geostationary Carbon Cycle Observatory, or GeoCarb, a...

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Oklahoma education news briefs for Sunday, Nov. 4, 2018.

Education notes for Sunday, Nov. 4, 2018.

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Celebrity chef Rick Bayless visits Oklahoma City school

Celebrity chef Rick Bayless visits Oklahoma City school

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Bishop McGuinness hosts Career Day, welcomes alumni to speak

The Bishop McGuinness Catholic High School Alumni Association recently hosted Career Day for seniors.

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Free shoes bring smiles to kids' faces

Friday was a good day for children who attend Shidler Elementary School in Oklahoma City. More than 300 students, most from...

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Martha Burger formally inaugurated as OCU president

Martha Burger was formally installed as president of Oklahoma City University in an inauguration Thursday on campus. Burger...

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OU lays off 50; more likely next year

The University of Oklahoma cut approximately 50 staff positions Thursday in ongoing efforts to bring expenses in line with income.

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Stitt supporters see positive similarities with Trump

In a year when Democrats nationwide are hoping President Donald Trump’s unpopularity with women will provide a midterm election...

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Now streaming: OU professor leads dry stream research across U.S.

OU professor leads dry stream research across U.S.

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Candidates differ on teacher pay in first year

Republican Kevin Stitt wants a teacher pay increase included in the next state education budget, while Democrat Drew Edmondson...

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Bishop McGuinness students to present '9 to 5: The Musical'

Bishop McGuinness Catholic High School students will present "9 to 5: The Musical" on Nov. 15 and 17.

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Bishop McGuinness to host open house

Bishop McGuinness Catholic High School will host its annual Open House for all prospective students and interested parents from...

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Oklahoma coach fired after child abuse allegation

Oologah-Talala High School's head football coach intends to contest his termination by the school board following an allegation...

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Reunions: Oklahoma high school reunion listings

Reunions: Oklahoma high school reunion listings

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Seven students will compete for the title of Miss SWOSU 2019

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Norman library blends traditional and innovative elements

NORMAN — Norman's new Central Branch Library is on target for completion by next summer, after the $39 million project's...

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New medical school opening in 2020

The Oklahoma State University Center for Health Sciences will open the nation’s first college of medicine on tribal land in...

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OKC district to consider naming office building for civil rights leader

Clara Luper, a longtime district teacher and civic leader, led nonviolent protests in drugstores and restaurants in 1958 that...

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PC teachers attend day of training by colleagues

About 1,500 Putnam City educators attended a day of training offered by more than 100 of their colleagues on Oct. 22 at Putnam...

Wind farm abandons tax avoidance tactic that threatened school funding

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BLACKWELL — Operators of a northern Oklahoma wind farm are abandoning a creative tax avoidance scheme that was drawing statewide scrutiny because of its potentially damaging impact on Oklahoma school funding. Representatives of Rock Falls Wind...

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Oklahoma's financial future rests on students of today

Oklahoma's financial future rests on students of today Q: According to the National Financial Capability Study, 63 percent of...

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Legislature's inexperience a challenge

Higher education officials will face an especially large task this year to educate new lawmakers about what do following a...

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Oklahoma has fifth-highest youth obesity rate

About 18.7 percent of Oklahoma kids ages 10 to 17 had obesity in 2016 and 2017, according to a new report from the Robert Wood...

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Rally to encourage voter turnout draws about 250

"I'm walking back today because I want you to know that the walkout never ended and now you have to join us," said Amanda...

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Disabled students train for future

"There are gaps in their skill levels," said Kennda Miller, an instructional supervisor for Oklahoma City Public Schools. "The...

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Memorial dedicated on hallowed spot

Members of the Oklahoma State University family and the Stillwater community dedicated a memorial Friday to those impacted by...

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Student inventors raise funds for trip

A team of students from Canadian Valley Technology Center’s El Reno campus have been invited to share their invention at the...

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Driver in OSU homecoming killings serving life in state prison

The woman who drove her car into people at the OSU homecoming parade is serving life sentence plus 10 years in state prison.

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OSU Extension offers Master Wellness Volunteer Program

The OSU Cooperative Extension Service is accepting applications for the Extension Master Wellness Volunteer Program for 2019.

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Students enrolling in free-tuition programs

A growing number of high school students are earning college credit tuition-free through concurrent enrollment and the...

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Education notes for Oct. 28

CHICKASHA USAO to host event for women in STEM The University of Science and Arts of Oklahoma will host the 10th annual Women...

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State Board of Education wants $440 million funding boost

"While a significant step forward, the teacher pay raise was not enough to stem the teacher shortage or meet the pressing needs...

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School agrees to let Cherokee students wear eagle feathers to graduation

A northeastern Oklahoma school district has reversed its graduation dress code policy to allow Cherokee students to wear eagle...

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Tickets on sale Friday for The Tallest Man on Earth's upcoming OKC show

Swedish folk singer and songwriter Kristian Matsson, aka The Tallest Man on Earth, will perform April 27 at the ACM@UCO...

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Edmond schools to host Parent University

Edmond Public Schools and its community partners will present Parent University from 6 to 9 p.m. Nov. 1 at the district’s...

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Program urging adults back to class

A new adult degree completion program is being funded with a $777,000 three-year grant from Lumina Foundation to the Oklahoma...

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SWOSU alumni, friends gather

Southwestern Oklahoma State University alumni and friends in the Oklahoma City area met recently to reconnect and visit with...

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UCO to celebrate Native American heritage

The University of Central Oklahoma’s Office of Diversity and Inclusion will celebrate Native American Heritage Month with a...

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Harding Charter to hold open house

Harding Charter Preparatory High School will host its first Prospective Student/Family Open House at 7 p.m. Nov. 13 at in the...

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School agrees to let Cherokee students wear eagle feathers to graduation after Oklahoma attorney general intervenes

With the state's attorney general agreeing with the Cherokee Nation that it's a matter of religious freedom, a school district...

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OKC schools chief seeks input on possible closures

"Would you be willing to send your child to a larger school than they attend today if they had greater access to more...

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OSU-OKC Farmers Market to host inaugural Fall Festival on Saturday

The Oklahoma State University-Oklahoma City Farmers Market will celebrate the fall harvest this month by hosting its inaugural...

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Hobby Lobby agrees to buy campus of closed university in Shawnee

Hobby Lobby Stores Inc. agreed in September to purchase the university campus together with associated assets for the cash sum...

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Norman educator receives award, $25,000 check

"It's not often that you wake up in the morning, come to school for an assembly and you receive a financial award of $25,000,"...

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Reunions: Oklahoma high school reunion listings

Reunions: Oklahoma high school reunion listings

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UCO students to compete for Miss UCO 2019 crown

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Mega Millions means money for education — but how much?

Although the prize hasn't been claimed, the record-setting Mega Millions lottery jackpot will mean millions more in funding for...

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Putnam City High School teacher arrested, accused of sending sexual messages to student

A special education teacher at Putnam City High School was arrested Monday after he was accused of sending sexual messages and...

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Costume party to benefit art school

The Monsters & Margaritas costume party will begin at 8 p.m. Oct. 27 at DC on Film Row, 609 W Sheridan.

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Norman’s NextThought connects the dots for online learners

NORMAN — When my daughter enrolled in an online college class, I had an image of her being alone on an island, connected only...

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Heritage Hall plans open house

Prospective students and parents can experience 'A Day in the Life' of a Charger when Heritage Hall Upper School hosts an open...

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Harding Charter has successful Fall Festival

The Harding Charter Preparatory High School Fine Arts Department raised more than $1,000 for both of the school’s visual and...

Governor-elect begins transition, seeks mix of experience on his team

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Gov.-elect Kevin Stitt said Oklahomans should expect substantial change in the way state government operates, how the budget is crafted and the role a governor plays in directing state agencies.

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Exhibit and auction will honor educator, raise money for student art projects

An exhibit and silent auction that opens Nov. 2 in the Paseo Arts District will memorialize a beloved art educator and raise...

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Outsider, public servant and 'regular guy' share the stage

Candidates for governor ended a Sunday forum criticizing their opponents with the same attack lines that have filled Oklahoma...

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U.S. regulator orders halt to self-driving school bus test in Florida

WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration on Monday said it had ordered Transdev North America...

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State briefs for Oct. 23

The Oklahoma City National Memorial & Museum will receive a field trip grant for the 2018-19 school year from the National...

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"I don't take orders from Governor Fallin," state schools superintendent says in battle over classroom spending

Oklahoma Gov. Mary Fallin and state Schools Superintendent Joy Hofmeister locked in struggle of wills over classroom spending.

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SQ 801 draws mixed reactions from business, education factions

State Question 801 would amend the Oklahoma State Constitution by removing restrictions on how local school districts may use...

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Couple adopts hundreds of OSU students

Mike and Anne Greenwood say their generous support of students at Oklahoma State University is a way to pay back OSU for all it...

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Oklahoma education news briefs for Sunday, Oct. 21, 2018

Education news briefs for Sunday, Oct. 21, 2018

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PC West joins SWOSU Symphony Orchestra for concert

The Southwestern Oklahoma State University Symphony Orchestra will have a side-by-side concert with the Putnam City West High...

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Workshop to focus on freezer meal preparation

The Oklahoma County OSU Cooperative Extension Service is offering a 'Fall into Freezer Meals' workshop.

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National Severe Storms Laboratory unveils weather radar research prototype

Officials at the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration's National Severe Storms Laboratory unveiled a new system...

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State briefs for Oct. 18

The University of Central Oklahoma will host 'Teachers and the Legislature: Advocacy and Issues Forum' on Friday.

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A mission of fun

Bishop McGuinness Catholic High School seniors recently completed their “Senior Service Project” by hosting a carnival for...

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Oklahoma business briefs

Oklahoma business briefs for Oct. 18, 2018

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Reunions: Oklahoma high school reunion listings

Reunions: Oklahoma high school reunion listings

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Report sheds light on Norman bus crash

The bus was traveling south when it "hydroplaned and crossed over the center of the roadway into the north bound traffic lane,"...

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Night of spooky science

Families invited to a night of spooky science at Science Museum Oklahoma’s ‘Late Nite Lab’ Oct. 26

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OKC Symphonic Band announces upcoming veteran tribute concert

The OKC Symphonic Band has announced its upcoming “Let Freedom Ring! A Musical Tribute to Our Veterans!” concert.

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Many Oklahoma students not college ready, ACT scores show

Only 16 percent of Oklahoma's 2018 high school graduates met all four college readiness benchmarks on the ACT test, while 43...

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Cherokee music scheduled at the University of Oklahoma

The University of Oklahoma School of Music will present 'Cherokee Music Through the Ages' at 8 p.m. Thursday in Sharp Concert...

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Learning more about the Oklahoma School of Science and Mathematics

It's always eye-opening to gain a fresh perspective on something you think you know so well. Janet Neufeld, Ed.D., whose...

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Parent questions safety at PC West

WARR ACRES — Edwina Floyd wasn't planning to attend Monday night's Putnam City Schools board meeting. But her 17-year-old...

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Report: Oklahoma school bus hydroplaned during crash

LAMPASAS, Texas (AP) — A Texas Department of Transportation report says an Oklahoma school bus hydroplaned on a wet road before...

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Love works in Norman: Community is rallying around popular after-school program

An after-school program launched by a Norman church is raising money to stay open after the ministry that started it was...

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Goats, art and understanding offered at rural alternative school

FAME Academy is a school of last resort, a second chance at finishing high school for nearly 40 students from five rural school...

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OU seeking investments in research

The University of Oklahoma lacks vital research needed to bolster its reputation and the state's economy, OU's 14th president...

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Celebrating diversity boosts Oklahoma City's unity

Mary Melon: Celebrating diversity boosts Oklahoma City's unity

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Education notes for Oct. 14

Oklahoma exceeds goal on college degrees Oklahoma's public and private higher education institutions and career technology...

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Play is medicine for children’s museum director, former educator

STILLWATER — Gay Washington, executive director of the Oklahoma WONDERtorium, had to laugh when college students from Oklahoma...

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Metro students named to OSU's Orange Book

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UCO supports DACA students with Dream Without Limits Gala on Oct. 27

The Dream Without Limits Gala will be at 6 p.m. Oct. 27 at El Fandango Event Center, 2823 S Agnew Ave.

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Breakfast to launch scholarship campaign for Harding Charter Prep seniors

Harding Charter Preparatory High School will launch the Senior Scholarship Campaign at a Meet & Greet Breakfast on Nov. 7.

Reflections on Stan Lee, who marveled a generation

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In the 1960s, Marvel Comics writer and editor Stan Lee was the first to give super-heroes personable flaws, to make their secret identities more relatable to the average reader. It worked phenomenally, and characters such as Spider-Man, Thor, the...

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State briefs for Oct. 13

Sam's Club offers free health screenings Sam's Club will offer free health screenings from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. Saturday at...

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CV Tech gets $20,000 STEM grant

A $20,000 grant in support of science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) education has been awarded to Canadian...

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Sculptor shares skills with Taft Middle School students

Muskogee sculptor Lisan Tiger Blair recently visited art classes at Taft Middle School.

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Tulsa school bus driver/assistant coach charged with second-degree rape, indecent proposal involving two students

A bus driver and co-offensive line coach at Langston Hughes Academy of Arts and Technology who was suspended from the charter...

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Students ask the questions at candidate debate

Candidates for governor attended a debate hosted entirely by teenagers, believed to be the first of its kind in the nation.

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Attorney: Suspended coach had no knowledge of "brooming"

"He had no knowledge of any kind of brooming, any kind of hazing," attorney Joe White said. "None of this has ever been shared...

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Heritage Hall Academic Bowl team wins district tournament

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Middle school students accused of assault

Oklahoma City police are investigating an alleged sexual assault involving as many as seven male students at Roosevelt Middle...

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Workshop to focus on mental health, opioid addiction

A 'Family Mental Health & Opioid Addiction' workshop will be offered free to the public.

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Students find purpose, precision and passion in JROTC

Crooked Oak is one of the smallest high schools in the country to host an Air Force JROTC program, but has been credited as one...

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ECU student wins Brad Henry International Scholarship

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UCO students cheer, raise funds

UCO students raised more than $17,000 for Ally’s House during last week's homecoming celebrations.

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Reunions: Oklahoma high school reunion listings

Reunions: Oklahoma high school reunion listings

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Second teacher released from hospital; student remains

The bus was carrying 24 fifth-grade girls and three adults from the school to SeaWorld in San Antonio when the crash occurred...

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UCO’s Friends of the Chambers Library to host fundraiser Nov. 1

The Friends of the Chambers Library will welcome One’s Company, featuring Pippa White, for its fall fundraiser at 6:30 p.m....

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Human bones, organs used to recruit students

A group of American Indian high school students handled human bones and organs during a field trip designed to spark their...

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Artists to showcase work at reception at Redlands Community College

A reception to honor local artists is planned from 4 to 6 p.m. Saturday at the Redlands Community College Art Gallery...

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Edmond superintendent wants schools bond issue in 2019

Edmond Schools Superintendent Bret Towne would like to see a $91.9 million bond issue package placed before voters early next...

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Students plan volunteer park project

Antioch Christian Academy of southwest Oklahoma City has announced its 2018 community service project to serve the city of...

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Coat giveaway warms the hearts of needy kids

"They're excited. It's hot here today and they're all wanting to wear their coats," Principal Richelle Taylor said. "It's like...

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Morning Bell: Students to host gubernatorial debate

Ten high school seniors from across Oklahoma are hosting a gubernatorial debate between Democrat Drew Edmondson and Republican...

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Oklahoma education news briefs for Sunday, Oct. 7, 2018.

Oklahoma education news briefs for Sunday, Oct. 7, 2018.

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Program to guide parents of deaf kids restarts as budget outlook improves

The Oklahoma School for the Deaf had stopped offering the Enriching Children’s Communications Opportunities outreach program...

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$7 million spent for student success

Tulsa Community College has achieved its goal of providing one academic adviser for every 350 students, thanks in large part to...

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OSU-OKC to recognize community leaders at Paint This Town Orange scholarship fundraising dinner

Oklahoma State University-Oklahoma City will recognize a trio of community leaders at the school’s biennial scholarship...

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Students will ask the questions at gubernatorial debate

Ten high school seniors from across Oklahoma are hosting a gubernatorial debate between Democrat Drew Edmondson and Republican...

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What to do in Oklahoma on Oct. 5, 2018: See UCO's production of the musical 'The Most Happy Fella'

EDMOND - The University of Central Oklahoma School of Music’s Musical Theatre presents “The Most Happy Fella” at 7:30 p.m....

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Morning Bell: Football players say assault was a class tradition

Four Putnam City High football players accused of holding and penetrating another player with the broken end of a broom handle...

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Norman teacher released from hospital; two others remain

The bus was carrying 24 fifth-grade girls and three adults from the school to SeaWorld in San Antonio when the crash occurred...

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High school seniors should consider several factors before applying early to college

Seniors should consider several factors before applying early to college Q: Do you advise high school seniors to apply early to...

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State briefs for Oct. 5

Director named for Medical pot authority The state Health Department announced Thursday that Adrienne Rollins will take over as...

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Report: Putnam City West student restrained, assaulted

The suspect and a second student carried the boy to the varsity locker room where the alleged assault took place, a police...

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Students launch homemade water rockets

Pre-Engineering students at Canadian Valley Technology Center’s Dr. Earl Cowan Campus took turns launching homemade water...

Surgeon shortage prompts change at Oklahoma City VA, but help is on its way

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During a half-dozen days this month, the Oklahoma City VA Medical Center has not had a general surgeon on-call or available for emergencies in the overnight hours.

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Edmond School Board hears plans for students' security

A detailed committee report on protecting students was presented before the Edmond Board of Education during its regular...

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UCO to host annual Asian Moon Festival

The 17th annual Asian Moon Festival will begin at 6 p.m. Oct. 12 at the University of Central Oklahoma.

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Administrator steps down to calm controversy

The University of Oklahoma law professor criticized for his personal and religious beliefs said Wednesday he resigned his...

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Oklahoma City Community Foundation awards $187,000 in scholarships to metro area students.

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Morning Bell: Educators seek to better understand childhood trauma

On Tuesday, more than 800 administrators, educators, counselors and others, primarily from high-need and high-enrollment school...

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UTA Student Wants Statue Removed From Campus, Citing Racism

A student leader at the University of Texas at Arlington is organizing a petition drive to take down a statue of the school's...

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Putnam City school district investigates assault

Behavior of students involved in the assault has been addressed by the school and police are investigating the possibility of...

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Summit focuses on students experiencing trauma

Hundreds of educators gathered Tuesday in Oklahoma City for a summit focusing on childhood trauma and healing.

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Reunions: Oklahoma high school reunion listings

Reunions: Oklahoma high school reunion listings

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Bishop McGuinness Catholic High School State Cheer Team named Class 5A State Champions

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UCO to host teacher advocacy forum

The University of Central Oklahoma will host 'Teachers and the Legislature: Advocacy and Issues Forum' from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m....

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DA: Investigation into state superintendent is 'dead'

Any investigation into State Superintendent Joy Hofmeister for campaign finance violations is "completely over," said Oklahoma...

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Harding Charter fall festival set

The second annual Harding Charter Preparatory High School Fall Festival will be Oct. 13.

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Morning Bell: Charter schools hunt for buildings, money

Charter schools are facing increased pressure to grow, and many have lists of students waiting for space.

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Elementary student, two teachers remain hospitalized

According to a report provided by the Texas Department of Public Safety, the bus was "traveling through rain when it...

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State briefs for Oct. 3

OKLAHOMA CITY Public defenders to move Oklahoma County officials on Tuesday declared an emergency exists in the Oklahoma County...

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Morning Bell: Student trauma summit today

The state Department of Education is hosting the It Starts Here: Trauma-Informed Instruction conference at the Cox Convention...

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Project could result in OKC school closures

The superintendent, with guidance from two recently formed committees, will recommend whether to close buildings or re-purpose...

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Positive Tomorrows staff presents program at national conference.

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Recent college grads soon must begin repaying loans

Recent college grads soon must begin repaying loans Q: The six-month grace period for repaying college loans soon will end for...

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Test dates set for prospective Bishop McGuinness students

Bishop McGuinness Catholic High School will be administering the STS High School Placement test to any eighth-grader interested...

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Morning Bell: Too many school districts?

Oklahoma has too many school districts and could save nearly $30 million if it had a number of districts more in line with...

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Initiative to address mental health of Oklahoma City school students

A survey of students who attend Oklahoma City Public Schools revealed some "brutal facts" pertaining to mental health of...

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Education notes for Sept. 30

Nominations sought for scholarships, awards The Oklahoma Foundation for Excellence, a nonprofit that recognizes and encourages...

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Should Oklahoma have fewer school districts?

School consolidation pushed by some, but remains tough political sell

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Student success is everyone's job

Efforts to retain and graduate students at Oklahoma State University are getting results, but officials say there is much more...

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Norman Public Schools bus crash reported in Texas; multiple injuries reported

LAMPASAS, Texas — A school bus carrying dozens of people crashed Saturday afternoon along Highway 281 North at Lampasas...

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OKC students learn about STEM-related careers

"You don't have to have a lot of money to be successful, you have to be comfortable," said Marlon James, who coordinates STEM...

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Leadership Oklahoma seeks applicants for 2019 Youth Leadership Oklahoma class

Leadership Oklahoma, a statewide leadership program, is now accepting applications for its 2019 Youth Leadership Oklahoma class.

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UCO invites community to homecoming week festivities

The University of Central Oklahoma has invited the community to celebrate its 2018 Homecoming with a week of events, beginning...

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Morning Bell: Emergency teacher certificates exceed 2,500

Virtually every public school in Oklahoma raises money outside their budget. It's become a necessity. At Schwartz Elementary...

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Emergency teacher certificates pass 2,500

The number of unlicensed and non-traditionally trained teachers in Oklahoma classrooms continues to grow by the hundreds.

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Morning Bell: Another Oklahoma school allows teachers to carry guns

Minco Public Schools recently enacted a policy to arm teachers, which was passed by the Minco Board of Education more than a...

The OK -- The Health Issue

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I turned seven in 1968, the youngest of four, but old enough to remember the dinner table disagreements that sometimes grew heated. My dad, a combat veteran of World War II, at that point, still supported America's involvement in Vietnam. My...

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Thunder players recently dedicated their time to visit schoolchildren in OKC and Midwest City

Oklahoma City Thunder basketball players recently worked and played with schoolchildren at metro area schools.

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Francis Tuttle students recognized as national champions

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OSU Extension offers free 'Walk with Ease Program'

Fall is a great time to start exercising outside. The Oklahoma County OSU Cooperative Extension Service is offering a 'Walk...

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Harding Charter plans fall festival

The second annual Harding Charter Preparatory High School Fall Festival highlighting a global theme will be held from 10 a.m....

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Morning Bell: Info mostly restored at districts following cyber attacks

Access to online student information has been mostly restored in three of Oklahoma's largest school districts following a cyber...

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Clothed in compassion

Operation School Bell provides students in need with items such as new coats, clothes, toiletries, a book, backpack and a gift...

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Reunions: Oklahoma high school reunion listings

Reunions: Oklahoma high school reunion listings

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Media ethics conference to discuss modern tribalism, polarization

Media ethics conference to address modern tribalism and polarization on Oct. 10.

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UCO students recognized for top academic achievement

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Putnam City, Putnam City West students march into pushup challenge

Putnam City High School’s Air Force JROTC (foreground) and Putnam City West High School’s Army JROTC (behind Putnam City High)...

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Districts report improved access after cyber attack

On Sunday, the Oklahoma City district reported a "denial of service" attack on Infinite Campus, which houses the district's...

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Billboard with 'vaccines can kill' message goes up in Kansas City

KANSAS CITY, MO (KCTV) -- A billboard is getting the attention of drivers on Blue Parkway in Kansas City. The billboard...

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Teacher says she was fired for giving zeroes to students who didn't turn in their work

PORT ST. LUCIE, Fla. (WPEC) — A teacher in Port St. Lucie, Florida claims she was fired for refusing to give students...

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Kavanaugh: I was a virgin through high school and college

Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh on Monday defended himself against the sexual assault allegations roiling his...

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OSU Extension offers 'Backyard Bird Photography' seminar

A free “Backyard Bird Photography" workshop is planned at 9:30 a.m. Thursday at the OSU Extension Conference Center, 2500 NE 63...

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PC district gives $100,000 to OMRF

Putnam City Public Schools recently presented the Oklahoma Medical Research Foundation with a check for $100,000 to support...

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Oklahoma business news briefs

Oklahoma business news briefs for Tuesday, Sept. 25, 2018.

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Operation Homefront accepting 2019 Military Child of the Year nominations and Military Child of the Year Award for Innovation applications

Operation Homefront is now accepting nominations for the 2019 Military Child of the Year Awards, as well as applications for...

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Nayos Sirisoot chosen as September Student of the Month at Bishop McGuinness Catholic High School.

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Government investment in scientific research pays off

It seems like the conversation everywhere today is about how much or how little government should or should not do. No matter...

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OKC district recognizes top readers

"Developing a love of reading is the first step toward success in school and in life," said Mary Melon, president and chief...

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Morning Bell: Edmondson, Stitt talk education at debate

The Oklahoman hosted a gubernatorial debate Monday evening between Republican Kevin Stitt and Democrat Drew Edmondson, who were...

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UCO Innovation Studio inspires creativity, collaboration

The Innovation Studio is ready for use by students at the University of Central Oklahoma.

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UCO to jazz things up

The University of Central Oklahoma's Jazz Lab and School of Music will host the third annual UCO Jazz Festival, featuring...

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Rewarding kids for good grades may send the wrong message about love

When I'm in schools talking to kids about resilience and learning through failure, I usually begin with a quick survey. First,...

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Morning Bell: 'tick-tock, tick-tock,' November is coming

U.S. Sen. Elizabeth Warren addressed a few hundred educators and other supporters on Saturday, urging them to vote in November...

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Cyber attack limits parental access to Oklahoma City schools site

Spokeswoman Beth Harrison said the "denial of service" attack on Infinite Campus, which houses the district's parent portal,...

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Monks, 10 individuals to be honored

The Oklahoma Higher Education Heritage Society will honor 10 individuals plus the generations of Benedictine Monks of St....

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Education notes for Sept. 23

Education notes for Sept. 23

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Oklahoma City Public Schools is our district. These are our schools and these are our kids. There is no better investment.

Over the coming months, Oklahoma City residents will have the opportunity to hear from civic leaders, district leaders,...

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Soccer field, basketball court planned for former Stage Center site in downtown Oklahoma City

OGE Energy Corp. is partnering with three foundations to turn the block that was once home to Stage Center into a park equipped...

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Multimillion gift to renovate historic Armory at the University of Oklahoma

A $20 million gift to the University of Oklahoma will be used to provide scholarships for students in the university’s Reserve...

Democratic leader beat by Republican who didn't spend a dollar campaigning

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Logan Phillips, an associate professor at Tulsa Community College, didn't spend any money on his way to defeating state Rep. Steve Kouplen.

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Sen. Elizabeth Warren returns to OKC, urges teachers to vote

U.S. Sen. Elizabeth Warren, a Massachusetts Democrat believed to be considering a presidential run in 2020, returned to her...

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Tulsa Transfer Project launched

Tulsa Community College and five northeast Oklahoma universities launched a collaborative effort Friday to improve the success...

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Beyonce and Jay-Z surprise Arizona teen with $100,000 scholarship

Seeing Jay Z and Beyoncé is always exciting. Being awarded a $100,000 scholarship from America’s favorite power coupleat the...

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Downtown charter school continues to grow

This year's addition of sixth-grade at John Rex is a product of growing enrollment demands and an indication school leaders...

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Gifts provide scholarships, endowment for UCO real estate program

David Chapman Wednesday accepted a $100,000 gift to create the Theresa Sue Evans Endowed Scholarship for Real Estate, along...

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Augmented reality to comes to OKC district

"We are teaching a generation of students who didn't live this story but are impacted by it all of their lives," said Kari...

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Morning Bell: Elections are all about education

Bill Shapard of SoonerPoll said the past year has shown a near-consensus that Oklahoma’s education system is broken and that...

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Morning Bell: Yukon teacher named state's best

Yukon Public Schools art teacher Becky Oglesby was named 2019 Oklahoma Teacher of the Year on Tuesday during a ceremony at...

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Reunions: Oklahoma high school reunion listings

Reunions: Oklahoma high school reunion listings

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UCO center to host open house

The University of Central Oklahoma’s Center for Active Living and Learning, a facility dedicated to health and fitness for...

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College named in recognition of multimillion gift

The Hudson College of Public Health at the University of Oklahoma now bears the name of Leslie and Cliff Hudson in recognition...

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Art teacher named state's best educator

Becky Oglesby, 30, teaches prekindergarten through third grade at Ranchwood Elementary School, where she is known as the...

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Four teens arrested, accused of school shooting threats

Four teens were arrested Monday afternoon, accused of threatening to kill the principal and shoot up the school. Sergio...

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Morning Bell: Former Norman supt joins OSSBA

Former Norman Public Schools superintendent Joe Siano is joining the Oklahoma State School Boards Association as associate...

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Financial literacy teacher is example of what Oklahoma needs

A couple of weeks ago, I wrote about how Drew Rhodes, senior government teacher at U.S. Grant High School in Oklahoma City, is...

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Morning Bell: Suspension disparity in Tulsa schools

Special-needs students in Tulsa Public Schools are suspended disproportionately as compared with traditional students.

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Dream lab becomes reality

Engineering majors at Oklahoma State University are applying concepts learned in the classroom and exploring their own ideas in...

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Education notes for Sept. 16

USAO gets an 'A' for academic core quality The University of Science and Arts of Oklahoma in Chickasha is one of 23...

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Healthy Schools Oklahoma seeks to improve results in classroom

"We have a lot of teachers that will schedule a lab session and then go take their spelling tests," said Dana Chambers, ABL...

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Students in Oklahoma City 'do the right thing' after finding cash

"They did the right thing for the right reason when nobody was looking. It shows great character and integrity and that's what...

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University of Oklahoma professor Jizhong Zhou is the recipient of the 2019 American Society for Microbiology Award for...

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Casady students engage in volunteerism at local schools, living centers

Casady School's Upper Division students spent Tuesday giving back to The Village through various volunteer activities at...

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Morning Bell: School safety a growing focus

In a year when school safety has received a lot of attention due to high-profile school shootings, the state Board of Education...

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Dive into OU budget reveals 'surprises'

University of Oklahoma officials have found millions of dollars in savings and millions more in expenses that were not...

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Blanks to be fired during active shooter drill at local school

BETHEL PARK, Pa. - Active shooter training will be conducted Thursday at Bethel Park High School, and students will be...

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Morning Bell: More HS students enroll in college course

The number of Oklahoma students who enroll in college courses while still in high school has nearly doubled in past 11 years,...

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OU finds millions in cost savings

University of Oklahoma President Jim Gallogly will report on the millions of dollars in inefficiencies his administration has...

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Mustang Public Schools hires director of school safety and security

Jennifer Newell has been hired to fill the new position of director of school safety and security for Mustang Public Schools.

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Oklahoma Achievers: Will Brantley to lead recruitment for OBU Graduate College

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Morning Bell: Downtown charter schools continues to expand

At a time when Oklahoma City Public Schools has faced significant budget cuts, dwindling classroom resources and discussed...

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National awards program seeks Oklahoma's top youth volunteers of 2019

Students may apply through Nov. 6 to be considered for The Prudential Spirit of Community Awards, which recognizes Oklahoma's...

Shifting Congress changes Oklahoma representatives' committee plans

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Earlier this year, veteran congressmen from Oklahoma began jockeying for position in hopes of chairing key congressional committees. Their plans have changed.

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Nichols Hills youth earns Eagle Scout rank

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Reunions: Oklahoma high school reunion listings

Reunions: Oklahoma high school reunion listings

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Student essays could win D.C. trip

Students who enter an essay contest focusing on the Second Amendment could win the opportunity to attend a weeklong citizenship...

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Morning Bell: The DACA roller coaster continues

This month marks one year since the Trump administration announced it was ending the DACA program.

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Edmond school district OKs new tennis center design

A new design has been approved in an ongoing effort to build a multimillion dollar tennis center in Edmond.

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Who's who list among Oklahoma colleges

Nearly two dozen Oklahoma institutions are ranked in various categories in U.S. News & World Report's ranking of the 2019...

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OU students gain real-world energy experience though new program

Participants in the Ronnie K. Irani Center for Energy Solutions work in groups with students from different energy-related...

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Summit offers engaging lineup for entrepreneurs

As regular readers of this column already know, I am a huge advocate of education. My emphasis tends toward STEM (science,...

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Georgia school reinstating paddling to punish students

A school in Hephzibah, Georgia, is drawing national attention after sending consent forms to parents informing them of a new...

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OKC school board approves calendar changes

Students will return to the classroom in mid-August and end before Memorial Day, while taking one-week breaks in October, at...

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Morning Bell: New abuse reporting law in place

A new Oklahoma now requires citizens to report suspected child abuse or neglect "immediately" rather than just "promptly."

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Downtown charter school continues to expand, leaders eye new building

This year’s addition of sixth grade at John Rex charter school is a product of growing enrollment demands and an indication...

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What do you do when prompt isn't fast enough?

Sometimes "prompt" isn't fast enough. Reporting of suspected child abuse and neglect is one of those situations, says state...

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Oklahoma education notes for Sunday, Sept. 9, 2018

Oklahoma education notes for Sunday, Sept. 9, 2018

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Gateway to OSU program gets new building

Higher education officials dedicated a new Northern Oklahoma College classroom building Friday on the campus of Oklahoma State...

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School board to consider calendar change

Under the proposed calendar, school would start in mid-August and end before Memorial Day, with students taking one-week breaks...

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Why wait for college?

Oklahoma's concurrent enrollment program is growing in the number of high school juniors and seniors participating and the...

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Morning Bell: Local teacher in DC to testify in Kavanaugh hearing

U.S. Grant High School teacher Melissa Smith is in Washington to testify before the Senate Judiciary Committee on the fourth...

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Oklahoma business briefs

Oklahoma business briefs for Sept. 7.

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Winter coat donations still being accepted

Last year's Coat-A-Kid effort resulted in the purchase of 7,000 coats for underprivileged students. Bluesource, a vendor housed...

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Oklahoma teacher to testify in Kavanaugh hearing

An Oklahoma City high school teacher will testify before the Senate judiciary committee on Friday in the ongoing hearing to...

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Today's college students aren't who you think they are, study finds

Nearly 17 million students head to college this fall. About half are financially independent from their parents, and nearly 1...

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Woman pleads guilty to hoax bomb threat at Oklahoma schools

A woman has pleaded guilty in federal court to phoning in a bomb threat that forced the evacuation of seven schools in Claremore.

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Morning Bell: Should Oklahoma recognize bilingualism on a diploma?

Thirty-two states include a Seal of Biliteracy on a student's diploma or transcript, which confirms the high school graduate is...

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Oklahoma keeping its promise

Oklahoma’s Promise scholarship program is doing what it was designed to do — help students from families with limited income...

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Cross-country team receives running shoes

More than 25 Harding Charter Preparatory High School cross-country team members were sized and outfitted with their own pair of...

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Gary Numan to give OKC master class and concert

Gary Numan, a pioneer of electronic music, will press pause on his 2018 tour for a rare, in-person masterclass at 1 p.m. Sept....

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Morning Bell: State board doesn't meet governor's order

The state Board of Education has not complied with Gov. Mary Fallin’s order to identify districts that spend less than 60...

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Effort underway to designate bilingual status on diploma

Thirty-two states include a Seal of Biliteracy on a student’s diploma or transcript, which confirms that the high school...

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Reunions: Oklahoma high school reunion listings

Reunions: Oklahoma high school reunion listings

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University of Central Oklahoma professor Kelly Baker honored with 2018 Outstanding Early Childhood Teacher Educator Award.

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Morning Bell: Fewer teachers coming out of Oklahoma schools

Last year's count of education majors at Oklahoma universities was 21 percent lower than just four years earlier, according to...

John Grisham-supported candidate loses Oklahoma DA race

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Oklahoma district attorney said he was flabbergasted that best-selling author John Grisham supported his challenger in the Nov. 6 general election.

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Medical coding gives hope for Canadian Valley Technology Center graduate

A medical coding program at Canadian Valley Technology Center has inspired one graduate to choose a path toward becoming a doctor.

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Education notes for Sept. 2

STILLWATER OSU alumni group to honor 7 The Oklahoma State University Alumni Association will recognize seven members of the...

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Decisions to close schools will come after public input, OKCPS chief says

Superintendent Sean McDaniel addressed closures at the Aug. 27 school board meeting, telling members that schools will be...

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Museum welcomes students for block party

The National Cowboy & Western Heritage Museum invited students and teachers from the Millwood school community and...

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Oklahoma City district students miss the mark on state exams

Approximately 16,807 Oklahoma City students in grades three through eight were assessed shortly after returning to the...

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Morning Bell: Workforce needs continue to shift

Employers across the country have long claimed there is a shortage of skilled workers to choose from and that includes Oklahoma...

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Teaching standards are outdated, and technology should provide individualized instruction, author says.

Teaching standards are outdated, and technology should provide individualized instruction, author says.

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Catching up with skills gap

Rapid advances in technology are continually changing workforce needs and how students today needed to be for the jobs of...

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College loan debt continues to grow

A new study reports the average student loan debt at graduation from a four-year college is $28,288. Oklahoma's average is...

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Interview and video: David Sanborn talks collaborating with David Bowie, crossing genres and staying true to songs before launching UCO Broadway Tonight series

Over the past six decades, star saxophonist David Sanborn has played Woodstock with bluesman Paul Butterfield, toured with...

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Morning Bell: Teachers grab national headlines

Tuesday's runoff elections in Oklahoma have drawn national attention, especially because of the teacher candidate/activist...

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Morning Bell: Comanche Times reporter saved by football coaches

For more than 25 years Steve Bolton has made it his mission to be at every Comanche school event, whether that's for football,...

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Team wins Bishop McGuinness trivia challenge; proceeds benefit scholarship fund

The Bishop McGuinness Commons was overflowing Saturday night as almost 400 alums, parents and guests attended the 12th annual...

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More than 30 Oklahoma teachers attended the Colonial Williamsburg Teacher Institute in Virginia.

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Drinking water to be shut off at all Detroit public schools

Detroit Public Schools Community District will shut off drinking water at all of its 106 schools after the most recent round of...

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Morning Bell: Lawmakers against teacher pay fall in runoff

Republicans voted out six state House incumbents in what seems to be a clear rebuke of GOP legislators who voted against a tax...

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Oklahoma elections recap: The winners and losers from Tuesday night

Tuesday night's elections have come and gone, and here are all of the big stories you need to know about.

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Reunions: Oklahoma high school reunion listings

Reunions: Oklahoma high school reunion listings

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Two college of nursing faculty members have been named fellows of the Gerontological Society of America.

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Guthrie 'meet the teacher' event moved due to construction

The 'meet the teacher' session for Guthrie Schools' Charter Oak Elementary School has been moved to a new location due to...

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Schools chief wins GOP runoff election

State schools chief Joy Hofmeister wins GOP runoff and thanks Oklahoma voters for their support, and promised to work...

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OKC schools: Air conditioning issues fixed at Grant

"Thankfully, the AC challenges at U.S. Grant seem to be improving," Oklahoma City Public Schools spokeswoman Beth Harrison said...

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Morning Bell: Election Day in Oklahoma

It's Election Day in Oklahoma as there are a slew of runoff contests across the state. The headliner for many is the Republican...

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Jane Williams, a social studies teacher at Centennial Elementary School in Edmond, has been named one of 10 finalists for the...

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Online scenarios provide financial lessons for students

The K20 Center for Educational and Community Renewal is an Oklahoma powerhouse of authentic resources for teaching and learning...

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Morning Bell: Superintendent faces challenger in runoff

Tomorrow's election will include the Republican runoff for state superintendent. Incumbent Joy Hofmeister is being challenged...

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Animal house? More colleges are saying yes to dogs and cats in dorms

College officials say students today retain closer ties to home than those of previous generations, in part because of social...

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Former OU researcher defends scientific freedom while facing climate change questions

Calling himself a scientist, stormchaser and educator, former University of Oklahoma Vice President Kelvin Droegemeier...

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Edmond Schools investing in security program that places police officers in some schools

Edmond Schools are planning to invest up to $400,000 this year into its School Resource Officer (SRO) security program.

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Midwest City voters to decide on more than $50 million in city improvements

Midwest City voters will decide Tuesday on four bond issues totaling $50.65 million for city improvements.

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Education notes for Aug. 26

Education notes for Aug. 26

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When Chelsee Lewis Wilson was diagnosed with an aggressive form of breast cancer in May she considered keeping it to herself.

Nausea, fatigue and insomnia — side effects of treatment — are constant companions. When Lewis Wilson can't sleep she catches...

House Democrats to select new leader

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Rep. Emily Virgin, D-Norman, and Rep. Jason Dunnington, D-Oklahoma City, told The Oklahoman they are seeking the position of minority leader, which will be decided by a caucus vote Thursday.

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National reputation draws hundreds to Oklahoma campus

The forensic science program at the University of Central Oklahoma has grown from 100 students in 2009 to 1,016 students...

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Candidates meet in only forums before superintendent runoff

Just a few days before the Aug. 28 runoff, both Joy Hofmeister and Linda Murphy appeared in two forums on Friday afternoon,...

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What's on the ballot

What's on the ballot

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Homelessness impacts Oklahoma City students

More than 3,000 Oklahoma City Public Schools students were identified as homeless last year. Homelessness causes children to be...

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Recap: GOP state superintendent debate

Follow live coverage from the GOP state superintendent debate.

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Oklahoma Dept of Ed says it didn't ask for review on federal funds to buy guns

U.S. Secretary of Education Betsy DeVos is exploring the idea of letting school districts use federal money to purchase guns,...

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North Carolina student punished after calling teacher 'ma'am'

WASHINGTON (CIRCA) -- A 10 year old from Tarboro, North Carolina was punished in class for saying "yes ma'am" to his...

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Morning Bell: State board approves Native American charter school

The state Board of Education gave approval to a proposed charter school that wants to focus on Native American students.

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State approves American Indian cultural charter school

Organizers of a proposed charter school with a core mission of serving American Indian students won approval from the state...

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State approves record number of emergency teachers

The state Board of Education approved 916 emergency certificates at Thursday's board meeting, bringing the 2018-19 school year...

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After NYU, will more medical schools go tuition-free?

Tuition-free medical school is becoming less of a pipe dream and more of a reality for future medical students.

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Ceremonies welcome freshmen to campus

Thousands of students began fall semester classes this week across Oklahoma.

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State sets new record for emergency teacher use

The state Board of Education has approved more than 2,100 emergency teacher certificates for the new school year, putting...

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Morning Bell: OKC high school opens its own daycare

The child care center is free to teen parents at U.S. Grant. It has the capacity for eight babies or toddlers from birth to 3...