Members of Oklahoma City and Tulsa chambers of commerce are worried Oklahoma legislators focus too much on social issues.
Educational workshops are held at the museum every spring, summer and fall.
“This was a glimpse of hope that the tide might turn for the better for [teachers], and not just for us, but future teachers and students,” Flores said. “I went home and I felt relieved. I was for it, and I wanted to help.”
Oklahoma’s state questions affect our everyday lives and must be carefully considered before Election Day.
A misinterpreted law led the Oklahoma Tax Commission to fail to distribute funds to 419 school districts.
The number of high school students earning college credit continues to rise and provides rural students with opportunities.
University of Oklahoma students protested after what they felt was an inadequate response to sexual assault at the university.
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…
Its $125 million facility opened recently in the district, which includes University Research Park, Automobile Alley and University of Oklahoma Health Sciences Center.
The school will provide a private secondary education to low-income students.