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…
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.
So long “Your paper once called me a ‘grumpy old man,’” Councilman Pat Ryan (pictured) told the Oklahoma Gazette reporter in his office before a long pause. “That’s the only thing you’ve ever got right about me.” Ryan, a 10-year member of the Oklahoma City Council, often came across as a man with rough…
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.
Oklahoma City’s school board wants to better understand the tax increment financing (TIF) process, especially as the city considers expanding it.
Robert Neu has embraced a role of speaking forcibly on state education policies, taking advantage of the platform few other district superintendents across Oklahoma have.
Here are four things to now about Superintendent Neu’s 100 Day Transition Plan report.
The Oklahoma City Public School District launched The Great Conversation, a series of community public forums to discuss the district’s future.