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 ...Read More »
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 ...Read More »
By Sarah Terry-Cobo The Journal Record OKLAHOMA CITY – The oil and gas industry has an opportunity to succeed in an uncertain market, said Mike Stice. But operators and service providers should heed this advice, said the former energy executive: ...Read More »
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 ...Read More »
BY JENNIFER PALMER Oklahoma Watch OKLAHOMA CITY – Since 2013, Oklahoma taxpayers have been allowed to take a state income-tax credit in exchange for donations made to private schools. Now, a state lawmaker and others are wondering: Why not offer ...Read More »
OKLAHOMA CITY (AP) — Former Oklahoma Gov. Frank Keating has been appointed to the University of Oklahoma Board of Regents. Gov. Mary Fallin announced Keating’s appointment on Tuesday to the seven-member governing body of OU, Cameron University in Lawton and ...
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By Catherine Sweeney The Journal Record OKLAHOMA CITY – A bill that passed off the Senate floor on Tuesday could bring more teachers into writing academic standards. The Oklahoma Department of Education requested a law change that would make it easier ...
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By Jennifer Palmer Oklahoma Watch OKLAHOMA CITY – A legal defense fund has been formed for State Superintendent of Public Instruction Joy Hofmeister, who is charged with conspiring to evade campaign finance laws during her 2014 bid for office. The ...Read More »
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 ...Read More »