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Shadid proposes tax increase to fund teacher stipends

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Norman Public Schools reap benefits of bond success

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Oklahoma teachers leaving state in droves; emergency certifications skyrocket

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SCIENCE GIRLS: Oklahoma STEM camps target middle-school girls to boost interest in hard sciences

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Morrison educator attends Space Camp; will use acquired skills in classroom

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FULLY FUNDED: Gourmet school cafeteria eats raise money for Eugene Field’s arts program

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Generation Citizen looks to get folks engaged - for a stronger democracy

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#FoodForThought: Encouraging kids to fill up this summer

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Women value MBAs, but institutions still struggle to attract candidates

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As Oklahoma lawmakers deliberate over deficit, Newcastle tries to thrive

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