Four educators hail from Oklahoma City metro-area school districts
Oklahoma news briefs for July 17, 2014
Quilt blocks from 47 Oklahoma counties were on display to highlight the 100-year history of the Oklahoma Cooperative Extension Service.
Shortages prompted Oklahoma City Public Schools officials to look outside the U.S. for bilingual instructors to help strengthen relationship with Hispanic students, parents
Principals for Norman North High School and Madison Elementary School were approved by school board members Tuesday night.
The Edmond Quilt Guild show will feature more than 100 quilts and is expected to draw hundreds of viewers.
Oklahoma City-area community news in brief
Technology can be used to benefit 4-H, said Kevin Allen, who began his role as the assistant director of Oklahoma Cooperative Extension Service and state 4-H program leader July 1.
Oklahoma food news in brief
CareerTech Director Robert Sommers, who serves as Oklahoma’s secretary of education and workforce development, announced Tuesday that he will resign both positions Aug. 15 to return to Ohio.
Spanish teachers training with Oklahoma City public schools
The Academy of Classical Christian Studies
OKCPS STEAM Program
Neu OKCPS Superintendent
Oklahoma State Board of Education Meeting
Parents, teachers, education board members ask Oklahoma state Supreme Court to throw out repeal of Common Core
Renovations announced for Memorial Stadium
Election 2014: Joy Hofmeister
Election 2014 - Janet Barresi
Candidates for state superintendent
Governor Repeals Common Core
Last Day of School for OKC
OKC Public Schools add police protection
Junior high students create video games
KIPP Charter School Showcase Successes
Oklahoma City school district’s plan to shift students meets little opposition on north side