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.
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.
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.
Announced personnel changes by Oklahoma City Public Schools created some concern that fine arts programs were on the chopping block.
this year’s education rally took on a festival-like atmosphere at the Oklahoma capitol.
A year after Oklahoma City Public Schools plan to send teachers, students and parents to the rally next week.
A Seattle-based education consulting firm was in town last week as it looks to launch its program in several Oklahoma City schools.
African American students in the Oklahoma City school system are more likely to face suspension during their high school years than students in any other district in the nation.
Oklahoma City Public Schools’ offering of the PSAT for free to every sophomore and junior this year increased participation in the test from 200 to over 2,800.