Suspension rates Superintendent Robert Neu (pictured at right) called the district’s high suspension rate — especially among minority students — an unacceptable culture of sorting students that he plans to stop. During a press conference last week, Neu, who became superintendent of Oklahoma City Public Schools last year, discussed a recent internal discipline audit and…
Calling it a “Trojan Horse” bill, the Oklahoma City Public Schools board voted unanimously to adopt a resolution rebuking legislation that would give city hall the power to sponsor its own charter school.
During Jumpstart Your Money Week, volunteers worked with students at Hawthorne Elementary on financial literacy.
United voice The reason I feel compelled to write is I visit OKC often and always pick up a copy of the Gazette because I believe it is a voice for sanity in these crazy times. I am never disappointed and this time really enjoyed the letter from Bruce Good (Letters, “Fat ass,” March 25,…
If Gov. Mary Fallin endorses Senate Bill 782, school districts outside Oklahoma City and Tulsa could open charter schools.
A report shows that Oklahoma City’s future economy is in trouble if education doesn’t improve.
Superintendent Robert Neu called the district’s high suspension rate — especially among minority students — an unacceptable culture of sorting students that he plans to stop.
State Superintendent Joy Hofmeister focuses on students and completes her cabinet after a few months on the job.
During the April 6 OKC school board meeting, a proposal for a new health and wellness center was offered, a charter school application was approved and a lease with a semi-pro football team as rejected.
A bill to give Oklahoma City the power to sponsor a charter school won’t make it past the House common education committee, its author said.