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And now he is looking for a new member of the State Board. Hopefully it will be someone who cares about the health and safety of students and teachers, and someone willing to call out grifters and frauds.
Huge classes, junk ed tech, and lower pay for teachers:. Seton uses 14 different software platforms in all, depending on the school, grade, and student need.
The voucher parents were choosing private schools because they have smaller class sizes than public schools. Follow the money, not the rhetoric.
The Philanthropy Roundtable article quotes Eva Moscowitz, Mike Petrilli, Andy Smarick and, a guy from the Walton Foundation.
Philanthropy Roundtable is an organization of rightwing foundations. You probably knew that. Gates funds Christo Rey.
I think there will be some real adjustments made in how we deliver not just teacher training, but also education in general.
So there will not be resistance to using these technologies in the future that there would have been without the pandemic.
Districts — instead of having to hire a science and math teacher in every high school — can pool kids and they can have one teacher for a whole bunch of kids.
Only low and middle income students will be jammed into these huge, cut rate classes. Ed reformers themselves will continue to send their children to private schools with small classes.
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Subscribe to Independent Premium. Kevin Stitt on The state's multicounty grand jury has indicted Gov. Kevin Stitt's secretary of digital transformation and administration Buy For Less is set to sell seven of its 11 metro-area stores, including its two Uptown Grocery locations, as it continues to The change coincides with a push from Gov.
Kevin Stitt for all Oklahoma schoolchildren to return to in-person learning next year. Oklahoma City health officials will answer questions from the public tonight about the COVID vaccine.
The Oklahoma State Election Board on Wednesday ruled former state Sen. Rob Johnson and opponent Darrick Matthews cannot run for A video making the rounds on social media takes aim at Gov.
Kevin Stitt's handling of the COVID outbreak. The recently Oklahoma has received nearly 40, doses of the first vaccine approved for COVID, state officials announced Wednesday, as The Cordelia Steen Chapter, National Society Daughters of the American Revolution of Edmond and the Patriot Guard Riders of Two national pharmacies with locations across Oklahoma are about to take center stage in helping our nation past the continuing Oklahoma's Democratic nominee for U.
Senate Abby Broyles said Wednesday she plans to launch a not-for-profit organization BETHANY Duey, Judith Carol: 74, preschool teacher, died Dec.
Memorial services 3 p. Friday, funeral home. Services will be Food and Drug Administration on Tuesday authorized the nation's first home COVID test that doesn't need a lab EDMOND Cox, Shirley Jean: 87, homemaker, died Dec.
Private services Matthews, Edmond. Dimeo, Sandra Ann: 78, died Dec Emily North, who is studying biology at the University of Wisconsin-Whitewater, was among the recently announced scholarship Linda Sealey, associate professor in the Donna Nigh Department of Advanced Professional and Special Services at the University NORMAN — In partnership with the Campus Corner Association, the city of Norman has announced two new temporary parking EDMOND — Several candidates have filed for Edmond City Council positions.
The seats up for election in are Ward 3, Ward EDMOND — The city of Edmond calendars are available for Edmond residents. The calendars are free and available on a Moore Norman Technology Center's Health Career Programs director Wendy Perry and Outreach coordinator Jennifer Tupper were Justice Department is accusing the Lone Wolf Housing Authority of racial discrimination.
Lone Wolf is a small town in Two Oklahoma City police officers involved in the shooting death of a year-old mentally ill Black man do not have crisis Augustine of Canterbury Episcopal Church will host a drive-thru "Blessing of the Bambinelli" event from 1 to p.
Merciful God, help us to not get so caught up in our anxieties and fears that we fail to appreciate the blessings of today. Tuesday's steady snowfall was expected to bring up to 6 inches to some areas of Oklahoma and the accumulations made traveling An attorney for the family of a year-old boy shot and killed by Oklahoma City police last month announced Monday they are President-elect Joe Biden will select former Michigan Gov.
Jennifer Granholm to be Secretary of Energy, according to multiple EDMOND — Beginning this week, trains are transitioning into no longer sounding their horns at the 11 at-grade railroad Did you recently win an award or receive well-deserved recognition?
Or maybe you have an upcoming event you want The The vast majority of nursing homes in the United States won't start vaccinating staff and residents against COVID until Dec BETHANY Brady, Nan: 79, homemaker, died Dec.
Thursday, Council Road Baptist Church Bill Merritt, Oklahoma's seven electors quietly cast their votes for President Donald Trump on Monday morning.
Trump's refusal to Almighty God, the world changes every day, but You remain our constant defender and provider.
We praise You. A highly anticipated merger between two advertising and marketing firms, Saxum and VI Marketing, is being called off.
The plan The man fatally shot by police Friday was charged with assault and battery with a dangerous weapon in after authorities The Cherokee Nation expects to receive and begin distributing doses of the Pfizer COVID vaccine starting next week The Cox Convention Center's signs soon will be coming down and visitors instead will be introduced to Prairie Surf Studios as There's skepticism in Black, Latino communities about COVID vaccines.
Here's how women of color can help swing the momentum. DEL CITY Smith, Richard Trent: 57, died Dec. Wednesday, funeral home. Visitation 9 a.
I suppose it is only fitting that I view it as a time for reflection. My career got its SEATTLE — The American spirit of generosity this holiday season may be no match for the coronavirus.
Despite record amounts of ROME — Italy on Sunday eclipsed Britain to become the nation with the worst official coronavirus death toll in Europe.
Loc Van Le, who purchased a single breakfast cafe in and turned it into a multi-state franchise, died of complications ATLANTA — Many Republican voters in Georgia are angry.
Two long days of protests against police shootings in Oklahoma City started Friday afternoon in a blood-stained parking lot on A federal judge has thrown out a legal challenge to how Oklahoma County commissioners voted to spend CARES Act funding.
As his family worried about his whereabouts for days, Jacob Daniel Heck's body lay wrapped in blankets and a plastic shower An attorney who challenged a panhandling ordinance says the Oklahoma City Council's attempt to revive the measure before the God of love, encourage us to expand our circle of friends, mindful that our lives are enriched when our friendships include The forecasters were right.
Several inches of snow fell across much of Oklahoma on Sunday, causing scattered power outages, Over Oklahomans are without power Sunday as winter weather moved through the state.
A Carmelite nun fretted when her ministry to the homeless was curtailed due to the pandemic. Closing the doors of Sister BJ's ALVA Bliss, Alberta: 92, elementary teacher, died Dec.
Private services Wharton, Alva. BETHANY Williams, Glenda Lea Between the ongoing coronavirus pandemic and the autumn ice storm, has proven quite the Grinch for Oklahomans looking to Heart disease does not take time off for the holidays.
In fact, it may increase during the holidays because of additional Kevin Stitt on Friday signed a one-year extension on the state's hunting and fishing compact with the Cherokee Nation of Imagine a child who is staying home alone during the day because their parent or guardian has no option to work from home A corner of the third-floor COVID unit at SSM Health St.
Anthony Hospital overlooks a stretch of Midtown known for its bars, The arts community in Oklahoma City got some good news this week.
So did the folks at the Riversport Foundation, Positive BETHANY Page, Omar Stephen: 84, Kerr McGee property tax accountant and owner and operator of Page Motor Co.
The forecast for global warming is looking a little less bleak in the long term, but not so rosy in the short term. TERRE HAUTE, Ind.
Mobile menorahs were sighted on the streets of Oklahoma City on Thursday. A "Procession of Light" menorah parade wound its way Still recovering after a hospital stay for COVID, Rob Johnson is making a comeback bid for the Senate seat being vacated by Patrick John Morgan, a former Oklahoma County prosecutor and chairman of the Oklahoma Pardon and Parole Board, died Dec.
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