Some argue they should be required, others point to costs and complications.
KOSU is updating our live coverage through the storms.
Moderate risk for much of the state
The 2013 Legislative session, income tax challenge and deregulating schools
The project, now in its second years, hope it doesn’t just liven up a block for a weekend.
Because they are so new, there isn’t much scientific evidence on their effectiveness
The State of Oklahoma requires all schools to provide all-day kindergarten for every student starting next year according to a law passed in 2005
Unlike last year, the legislature has been cranking out bills this session. It’s hard to keep track of what they’ve done, much less what it means. Join us to unpack it and what it means for the regular people.
Oklahoma is a member of a coalition called PARCC, with big changes coming.
The state ranks 6th in the nation, getting the attention from OSDH and Oklahoma Hospital Association.