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Oklahoma’s concurrent enrollment program remains strong

Oklahoma’s concurrent enrollment program remains strong

The number of high school students earning college credit continues to rise and provides rural students with opportunities.


Convention center hotel sparks debate

Questions about its economic benefit to the city surround plans for a convention center hotel.


Letters to the Editor: Oct. 19, 2016

  Warming to reality In dismissing global warming and environmental concerns as the imaginary theories of hysterics (Opinion, Letters to the Editor, “Chicken Little dunces,” Sept. 28, Oklahoma Gazette), Mickey McVay has summarized the perspectives of the fossil fuel industry and America’s Republican Party. The Republican Party platform extols coal, oil and gas production for


The fight against opioids continues

State agencies and nonprofit groups focus on preventing overdose deaths and safely disposing of painkillers.

Rob Davis works with Erik Sproul in his classroom at Yukon High School. | Photo Garett Fisbeck

Oklahoma State School Boards Association plans to launch digital textbook and lesson program

When it launches in January, Oklahoma Library of Digital Resources will feature textbooks for nine courses.

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