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COVID-19 is changing the way Oklahoma schools are educating English learners

School districts take varied approaches to teaching students learning English
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During Spanish flu pandemic Oklahoma City’s teachers were ‘true heroes’

When virus struck OKC in 1918, teachers and children rose to the occasion
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Oklahoma schools and jails brace for the COVID-19 pandemic’s spread

Oklahoma schools and county jails are looking for ways to keep the coronavirus pandemic at bay.

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The ‘trade-ups’ and trade-offs of consolidating Oklahoma’s largest school district

Oklahoma City is growing, but student enrollment in district schools is on the decline. The distribution isn’t felt evenly, and some schools are overcrowded while others are operating at less than half capacity. District officials estimate they spend $2.4 million heating and cooling empty buildings each year.

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