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Fraud experts to present at OCU (access required)

By Brian Brus The Journal Record OKLAHOMA CITY – Quick! An urgent email says the boss needs a large transfer to a new account to deal with a client oversight. Jobs are on the line. The account number is hyperlinked ...

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Pay for Success program formed (access required)

OKLAHOMA CITY – The state and Tulsa-based Family & Children’s Services have entered a Pay for Success contract with a goal of reducing Oklahoma’s female incarceration rate by securing public-private investment in the Women in Recovery prison diversion program. This ...

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Budget proposal puts school meals at risk (access required)

By Catherine Sweeney The Journal Record OKLAHOMA CITY – As funding woes have forced some school districts to drop one day of classes – and lunches – out of the week, the president’s budget proposal would put more school meals at risk. President ...

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Emergency teacher certifications soar (access required)

By Brian Brus The Journal Record OKLAHOMA CITY – The number of emergency teaching certifications approved by the state Board of Education has reached 1,125 this school year, a more than 3,000-percent increase from five years ago, records show. Another ...

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