Volunteers and employees of local literacy organizations band together to put an end to adult illiteracy.
A special education teacher from Norman High School will travel around Oklahoma and serve as Teacher of the Year in 2016.
Nationwide, minority enrollment (Latino, African-American and Asian combined) in public schools is expected to surpass white student enrollment, according to an Aug. 19 report from Education Week and data from the National Center for Education Statistics. This is largely due to Hispanic community growth and is a reality that mirrors what Oklahoma City Public Schools…
Planned Parenthood is the nation’s largest provider of sex education and women’s health care. It helps an estimated 10 million women across the globe each year. In 2011, 97 percent of its worldwide services involved things like Pap smears, education, pregnancy tests, STI and STD testing (including HIV and AIDS). Thirty-five percent of its services are contraceptive in nature…
Heronville sits in a part of southwest OKC that has the highest percentage of students who come from homes in which Spanish is the first language.
Officials at Oklahoma City Public Schools combat unruly bus behavior with cameras and a hotline.
Rick Cobb makes the move from formerly anonymous state education blogger to Mid-Del superintendent.
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Oklahoma Contemporary Arts Center is moving from the fairgrounds to a new, more accessible building in Automobile Alley designed by Elliott + Associates Architects.
The growth and sense of community in the Plaza District has inspired the district’s schools and offered new challenges.