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


‘It’s like WPA Money’: How federal COVID-19 relief funds are helping schools make infrastructure improvements

Ponca City Schools is one district leveraging funds for coronavirus relief to make much-needed repairs
By


Oklahoma’s cafeterias have been hit hard by the coronavirus

Food, labor shortage leave child nutrition workers scrambling to keep hungry kids fed
By

ACLU lawyer discusses challenge to Oklahoma’s critical race theory ban

Why is a coalition of educators and civil rights groups challenging Oklahoma's law?
By

Oklahoma School for the Deaf welcomes new, more inclusive Bison mascot

Sulphur school is one of the latest nationwide to shift away from Indigenous-themed nickname
By

Santa Fe South was the first district to implement a mask mandate in Oklahoma this fall. Here’s how it’s going

Superintendent: 'The very first day back where we had made the choice, 100% of our kids walked in the door with a mask on or willing to put one on with no argument.'
By

See which Oklahoma schools are requiring masks with opt out provisions, now that it’s officially allowed under state law

StateImpact is keeping track of Oklahoma schools with mask mandates
By

Coronavirus pandemic causes lagging kindergarten and pre-k enrollments 

Fewer students are enrolling in earliest grades, a concerning trend for educators
By


Hofmeister: school boards ‘best suited to address’ masking in schools

StateImpact discussed masking and a letter from the Biden administration admonishing the state's limit on universal masking in schools
By
Load More