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Oklahoma school districts conduct distance learning without the internet

Coverage gap means at least a quarter of state’s students can’t use online resources at home

Oklahoma state superintendent says COVID-19 reinforces need for digital access

Hofmeister wants internet access to become the norm to ease digital learning

Oklahoma schools will close for rest of semester, moving classes online

Wednesday meeting lays out plan districts must take up to move to distance education.

$13 million in limbo while Stitt, tribes battle

Compacted tribes are sending their gaming money to the state of Oklahoma where it will be held while courts decide on tribal-gaming compacts.
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How Oklahoma’s identification of gifted Native students could serve as a national model

Most states don't discover gifted Native American students but Oklahoma has been able to buck that trend.

Rural Oklahoma parents, teachers gear up for four-day school week fight

Rules governing four-day weeks are changing because of a new state law. As they’re written now, they would end the practice in most four-day school districts.


Oklahoma doesn’t screen students for dyslexia, the most common learning disability

A group of parent and student activists are fighting to add resources in the classrooms of dyslexic students across the state.

Oklahoma releases grades for schools

The state's schools grades are slipping, according to new report cards

State officials: Impossible to track Epic’s alleged ‘ghost students’

With Epic Charter Schools under scrutiny by state and federal law enforcement, will regulators move to close the loophole the school seems to be taking advantage of?


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