An Oklahoma House of Representatives subcommittee is considering HB 3154 would siphon money from the currently paid health insurance costs to fund teacher salary increases. Click the link below to learn more about this bill, and find the phone numbers, email addresses and Twitter handles of the legislators in the subcommittee. Join educators across #Oklaed who are contacting […]
If you missed Mid-Del School District Superintendent Dr. Rick Cobb being interviewed on Flashpoint about the #Oklaed #GiveItBack campaign and the budget cuts Oklahoma schools are facing, watch here: Note: This video is blank from 4:16 to 6:15, but it will resume after those two minutes.
Schools across the state of Oklahoma are more than 1,000 teachers short, and the state has filled more than 1,000 positions with emergency certifications this past year. The video below is the first in a series by the Oklahoma Central Parent Legislative Action Committee (PLAC) telling the stories of how Oklahoma students and teachers are affected by […]
Thanks to the efforts of #Oklaed leaders, our effort to encourage our community to return their tax refunds to their local school districts have made the news in light of the budget shortfall that has resulted in a $47 shortage for schools across the state. Right now Oklahoma City Schools are facing nearly 9 million […]
As usual, it started with an Sunday night #OklaEd chat: I smell an #Oklaed Blogger’s challenge- “Reasons for Despair, Reasons for Hope” in 2016. Read this first: https://t.co/36mIgI2ibL — Rob Miller (@edgeblogger) December 30, 2015 Sand Springs Assistant Superintendent Rob Miller challenged educators across the state to write about what gives us hope and what […]