By: Catherine Sweeney The Journal Record OKLAHOMA CITY – As more districts endorse the Oklahoma Education Association’s walkout plan and teachers continue organizing on social media, the push seems to be gaining a foothold in the Legislature. In a special meeting ...Read More »
K W Hillis The Lawton Constitution LPS board voices support for walkout The Lawton Board of Education received a standing ovation after they approved a statement of support for educators if a walkout occurs on April 2, if the state ...Read More »
By: Sean Murphy Associated Press OKLAHOMA CITY – While the news media nationally are facing new perils with the rise of fake news on social media and attempts to discredit legitimate reporting, press freedom advocates in Oklahoma say legislative threats this ...Read More »
By: Molly M. Fleming The Journal Record TULSA – OK Distilling Co. founder and owner Hunter Stone Gambill is neighbors with Cabin Boys Breweryand Marshall Brewing Co. He watches people visit the breweries, learn about the operation, and buy beer on the premises. Breweries were allowed ...Read More »
By: Catherine Sweeney The Journal Record OKLAHOMA CITY – Oklahoma could soon allow its school districts to spend locked ad valorem revenue on teacher pay, but the measures drew criticism from some members who are former educators and from education supporters. ...Read More »
By: Tim Talley Associated Press OKLAHOMA CITY – The president of Oklahoma’s largest teacher’s organization said Thursday that teachers will walk out of their classrooms if lawmakers don’t approve a $6,000 raise by April 1, echoing the demands of other educators ...Read More »
By Michael Scherer The Washington Post Florida lawmakers bucked the National Rifle Association on Wednesday to pass new firearms regulations and create a program for arming some school employees in a rare act of Republican compromise on the divisive issue ...
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