Robby Korth

Robby Korth
Robby Korth covers education for StateImpact Oklahoma. He grew up in Ardmore, Oklahoma and Fayetteville, Arkansas and is a graduate of the University of Nebraska. Before working at StateImpact, he covered higher education for The Roanoke Times newspaper in Virginia.

Latest by Robby Korth

WahZhaZhe, Tsalagi, Español. No matter the language, Covid creates challenges for immersion learning in Oklahoma

Oklahoma language immersion schools face unique challenges because of the pandemic
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Oklahoma students exposed to the coronavirus in school will no longer be required to quarantine

Students must wear masks to be able to avoid quarantine time

Oklahoma public schools see largest enrollment drop in at least four decades

Majority of decrease comes because of falling pre-kindergarten and kindergarten enrollment

StateImpact reporters reflect on eventful 2020

How will the events of last year continue to shape 2021?
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Will COVID-19 pivot in schools mean Oklahoma snow days are a thing of the past?

Because a sudden switch to distance learning is possible, districts are looking to change

New quarantine guidelines should cut time students spend outside Oklahoma classrooms

Change in CDC guidance leads to reduced quarantine times for students

Governor Stitt replaces state education board member with Enid mask opponent

Masking opponent will take the place of mask mandate proponent on board

Updated: December 8, 2020 | 1:00 pm

Oklahoma leaders tout Mustang quarantine experiment

20 students will participate in pilot program at Mustang High School

Oklahoma schools are starting to defy CDC quarantine rules

Some school leaders believe those rules are too restrictive and say masking should limit quarantines
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