In today’s day and age it’s hard to imagine getting by without technology and it’s just as true in the world of education.
From stickers that claim the book is Common Core compliant to uncertainty about standards, there’s no shortage of issues to wade through.
After five years as the leader of the Oklahoma City Public School District, Superintendent Karl Springer is retiring.
Join us at Picasso Cafe in Oklahoma City on Wednesday, August 28th.
An Oklahoma City metro school district which ended the year in tragedy last May starts new classes this Friday with some students in new locations.
It’s a week late because of unexpected construction, but students return to Taft Middle School in Oklahoma City today.
A look at other cities that have dealt with similar destruction.
KOSU and Individual Artists of Oklahoma are encouraging the public to bring new life to the station’s old records through […]
Oklahoma City Mayor Mick Cornett eliminates the suspense to announce he is seeking another term in office.
The State of Oklahoma experienced a record year in tax collections including a strong finish in July.