State Question 779 would utilize a 1 percent sales tax to fund the Education Improvement Fund.
Hoot of Loot is the brainchild of teacher Cheryl Shane and her husband Edward.
Going back to school means buying new clothes, backpacks, tote bags, accessories and formal wear.
Students go back to school and face cuts to academics, fine arts and athletics programs.
Organizations that provide professional development classes for Oklahoma teachers had to rethink their seminars in light of budget cuts.
Local education employees earned money for their schools by racking up miles walking.
Flatfoot 56 frontman Tobin Bawinkel balances substitute teaching with the jovial music of his bagpipe-assisted hardcore punk band.
OKCPS officials announced that 208 teaching positions will be cut next year.
A local CEO and his wife back all of Oklahoma City Public Schools’ DonorsChoose.org projects.
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