The Oklahoma Teachers’ Retirement System is announcing its decreased its unfunded liability and on its way to a fully funded pension plan.
An Oklahoma City school is one of just four nationwide being honored for advancements in nutrition served for its students.
The Board of Education has two new members chosen by Governor Fallin under a law which allows her to replace all of her predecessor’s appointees.
Governor Fallin, Superintendent Janet Barresi and Education Secretary Phyllis Hudecki are applying for a new Race to the Top grant this time dealing with Early Childhood Education.
Norman Public Schools and just three other districts nationwide are starting a pilot program designed to reduce the number of dropouts.
You’ve made it through those first years, through myriad decisions: breast feeding or bottle? Mounted safety gate or removable? Overpriced […]
When classes begin at Leith Walk elementary school in Baltimore, Md., Monday, teacher Robin Weems will meet her new first-grade […]
A town hall at Oklahoma State University highlighted the good and bad of Oklahoma’s educational system, and what needs to happen in the future.
Governor Fallin is scheduled to speak at Oklahoma State University in Stillwater Wednesday, taking on issues affecting education and skills development programs.
When economist James Heckman was studying the effects of job training programs on unskilled young workers, he found a mystery. […]