As the 2015 legislative season draws to a close — the deadline to end this session is Friday — here are 10 bills that you might not have heard about that were passed into law.
‘Fat ass’ The reason I feel compelled to write about the SAE incident at OU is not about what was said by these young men or the actions taken by President Boren or the university. It’s about, for lack of a more artful phrase, ignorance. I’ve read several iterations of this argument, and I feel…
This is an average day at Rogers Middle School in Spencer as dilapidated facilities challenge the focus of both students and teachers.
The Oklahoma City Council adopted a new cycling ordinance and discussed the search for a new convention center site and a proposed charter school bill.
Oklahoma City parents who want to put their child in a high-ranking public school will have to buy a home nearly double the price of one in the area of a lower-performing school.
Oklahoma City Public Schools plans to spend $27 million to equip 25 new school gymnasiums as safe rooms but some council members have expressed an interest in lifting the requirement.
It’s time again for Oklahoma Gazette’s annual, super-duper official Chicken-Fried News year in review and predictions!
U.S. Grant High School has seen dramatic rises in test scores over recent years that tell a success story in this often-troubled urban school district.
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.
Oklahoma City school district officials have their sights set on improving reading performance, as half of all third-graders failed to score proficient on the end-of-year test.