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Oklahoma Department of Education and OSU train nutritionists to better meet meal standards

Oklahoma Department of Education and OSU train nutritionists to better meet meal standards

Cooking For Kids classes are offered at Francis Tuttle Technology Center and in Tulsa, Okmulgee, Stillwater, Alva and Bartlesville.

KIPP Reach College Preparatory students face off against community leaders at Feb. 2’s Are You Smarter Than a KIPPster fundraising event. | Photo bigstock.com

KIPP OKC students take on community leaders in a fundraising quiz-bowl challenge

The event will be hosted by former Oklahoma Attorney General Mike Turpen and former Oklahoma City Mayor Kirk Humphreys.

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Students in small schools thrive despite talks of consolidation

Community support and parental involvement in these districts add to students’ ability to succeed.


OETA celebrates 60 years on air as it faces new challenges

OETA operates under 45 percent fewer funds than it did in 2009.

Sarah Julian, director, communications, and Brent Bushey, executive director, at the Oklahoma Public Schools Resource Center, 7-21-16, in Oklahoma City.  (Mark Hancock)

Oklahoma teachers face new professional development plan

Organizations that provide professional development classes for Oklahoma teachers had to rethink their seminars in light of budget cuts.

A reluctant partnership?

Karl Springer Shannon Cornman Two Oklahoma City Public Schools have landed on the highest-priority school improvement list: Shidler Elementary School and Roosevelt Middle School. An Oklahoma City charter school, Santa Fe South Middle School, originally was on the list, too, but is getting further consideration. The process of determining which schools are in need of

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