Education leaders: Oklahoma City students need community's continued support
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The most important message we can send is that no matter what the A-F grade a school might be assigned, that grade doesn't reflect what we believe of the children and teachers in that school. Oklahoma City's children need the adults of this community to continue to hope for them, believe in them and invest in them.
Tolbert is chairman of the board of directors of The Foundation for Oklahoma City Public Schools. Dickinson is its president and CEO.
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