Here’s a roundup of some of the biggest policy issues on deck for the upcoming year and legislative session.
The surprising design of a new Tulsa park, where children learn by escaping adults and facing obstacles
On the surface, Tulsa’s spectacular new park looks just like a fancy playground. But it was actually intentionally designed to help kids learn important life skills through play.
Election Day was the end of an intense, seven-month political fight for Oklahoma teachers, but the “teacher caucus” did not fare as well as some had hoped.
Educators have proven to be a powerful force throughout the primaries and a rising political outsider who opposes a key issue among many teachers is having trouble getting their support.
This November, Oklahomans will be asked to vote on State Question 801. This measure gives schools more flexibility in how they can spend their money, but many school leaders say that flexibility won’t improve their financial situation.
Fifty-four percent of Oklahoma children reported at least one Adverse Childhood Experience, the second highest rate in the country.