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‘Kids need to be in school:’ In-person Learning in El Reno, Oklahoma 

StateImpact toured El Reno High, Hillcrest Elementary Schools to figure out just how in-person learning worked
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2021 Legislative Preview: Oklahoma Senate Leader Answers StateImpact’s Questions

Republican Senate President Pro Temp Greg Treat talks with StateImpact's reporters on legislative priorities around healthcare, education, and criminal justice.
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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 health officials choose rapid coronavirus vaccination over rigid phase model

Deputy Commissioner of Health Keith Reed says allowing phases to overlap means vaccinating Oklahomans more quickly, which fights community transmission and paves the way for larger vaccine supply shipments.
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StateImpact reporters reflect on eventful 2020

How will the events of last year continue to shape 2021?
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Protecting Oklahoma Alzheimer’s patients from the coronavirus comes at a price

These patients are some of the highest risk, but also the hardest hit by seclusion.
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UNDER NEW MANAGEMENT: Oklahoma health officials plan to enter agreement with nonprofit for Public Health Lab management

The State Department of Health plans to bring in a new Oklahoma State University-linked nonprofit to manage the new facility in Stillwater
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As Oklahoma’s syphilis rate among women increases, cases in babies grow with it

Nationally, cases of congenital syphilis nearly tripled from 2014 to 2018, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.
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