KOSU and The Spy will be hanging out in the COOP Aleworks Beer Garden all weekend. It’s your source for refreshment and entertainment outside the concert.
State lawmakers return to the capitol today for a Special Session to fix a Comprehensive Tort Reform bill declared unconstitutional by the Supreme Court in June.
The hour-long session featured questions from parents, teachers, and those concerned about schools.
Oklahoma City’s first major “Kindie Rock” festival known as “Wiggle Out Loud” kicks off this Sunday at Bicentennial Park.
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And that’s helped those with respiratory problems.
Our week-long examination of the new education standards looked at textbooks, teaching, and more.
Because the standards are more in-depth, teachers are encouraged to get away from memorization drills and the like.
If you haven’t picked up your album yet, there’s still time to get one and have your art displayed in the new KOSU studios.
Oklahoma dropped out of a multi-state consortium on testing earlier this summer, so what happens now