The Oklahoma Parent Legislative Action Committee thinks public school parents ought to be the ones to define that goal for Gov. Kevin Stitt and other state leaders.
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But the leader of a national organization representing the sex abuse victims of priests said the Tulsa Diocese omitted critical information about the accused.
The funding has been pledged to convert a former casino into a language center, fund ongoing programming and create a new cabinet position within the tribal government's administration.
Cherokee Nation Principal Chief Chuck Hoskin Jr. announced a $16 million investment in Cherokee language preservation during a celebration of …
The band's proclivity for songs that sound like the late-1970s and early 80s feels easy and comfortable, like the guys' vintage T-shirts. And their completely legitimate vocal talents and clever lyrics feel like a breath of fresh-air in their genre.
Attorney General Mike Hunter, joined by attorneys general and governors from 17 other states, has asked the U.S. Supreme Court to overturn a Montana Supreme Court decision
Panelists fielded questions about how charters are funded, their student admissions practices and whether they actually spark any improvements or changes in traditional public schools.
“It is troubling that a public school receiving public money does not understand that every penny of tax payer dollars is subject to scrutiny. There are no protections available from this oversight,” Sen. Ron Sharp, R-Shawnee, said in a statement to the Tulsa World.