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News 9 Plus. Links Mentioned. Daily Pledge. Gates funds Christo Rey. I think there will be some real adjustments made in how we deliver not just teacher training, but also education in general.
So there will not be resistance to using these technologies in the future that there would have been without the pandemic.
Districts — instead of having to hire a science and math teacher in every high school — can pool kids and they can have one teacher for a whole bunch of kids.
Only low and middle income students will be jammed into these huge, cut rate classes. Ed reformers themselves will continue to send their children to private schools with small classes.
Chiara Thanks for the link to education newsletter of Politico. My first impression is that some of the writers are recycling the talking points from self-proclaimed reformers without trying for any independent investigations.
Also, I continue to appreciate your comments on this blog. I taught in K and in several colleges and, in some, in theatre-sized classrooms.
If there is anything we have learned from the pandemic is that virtual education sucks. Just asks students, parents at any level of education.
In the long run, the pandemic, in fact, will help face to face education. The pandemic has served as an experiment in online learning, and it showed its fundamental shortcomings.
They have accomplished not one thing for any of our students and schools. This is what happens when you state is captured by ed reformers- public school students and families get screwed.
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Business Dec 30, Christmas trees can have second life as compost NORMAN — The city of Norman Sanitation Division will be picking up Christmas trees for composting on the regular yard waste Support our journalism — we're 'with you every step of the way' This year brought unexpected hardship and heartache, struggles unseen for decades throughout Oklahoma and around the country Oklahoma teen admits having parents killed because they were upset she was pregnant, state agent says HUGO — The pregnant daughter of a slain couple admitted telling her boyfriend that "the only way" they could be together and Cole, Horn, Lucas vote for additional stimulus aid, veto override Sen.
Adopt a pet: Start New Year's with a new walking buddy Editor's note: Please contact area shelters before visiting. Start planning for your high school reunion Editor's note: In an effort to stop the spread of COVID, venues and businesses might be temporarily closed.
Drinking in the new year: State won't enforce bar, restaurant curfew on New Year's Eve Bars across Oklahoma will be open as they close out thanks to an ongoing legal battle challenging Gov.
Health Dec 30, Tour of new OKC Convention Center. News Dec 29, New Year's sale. House overrides Trump veto of defense bill The House voted overwhelmingly Monday to override President Donald J.
Another Oklahoma County jail inmate dies A man jailed on domestic abuse charges died Christmas Eve after being taken to an Oklahoma City hospital, officials said Christmas Eve death of OKC firefighter traced to call response; second fire department employee death reported Monday The Oklahoma City Fire Department announced Monday that Maj.
Health Dec 29, Business Dec 29, DEATHS CHANDLER Brannon, Reynold Larry: 83, electrician, died Dec. What's in the new stimulus bill?
Trump's signature grants unemployed Oklahomans financial lifeline President Donald Trump's decision to sign a pandemic relief package has provided an extension of some unemployment benefits for Time runs out for developer of The Hill in Deep Deuce Scientist Bill Canfield will not get another chance to finish building The Hill after missing another round of deadlines on a Business Dec 25, Storied Oklahoma City mansion now in a field in eastern Oklahoma County When it was first built in , the three-story Goodholm mansion was one of the finest homes in the city, showcased by the Business Dec 28, Life Dec 23, Oklahoma City Council puts off marijuana regulation debate An industry executive says Oklahoma City's proposed zoning code for marijuana is "overreach.
News Dec 28, Life Dec 28, Trump signs stimulus bill WEST PALM BEACH, Fla. Citing local study, Child Abuse Network CEO is 'extremely concerned' COVID, related safety orders contributed to increase in incidents The leader of the Child Abuse Network said the organization is "extremely concerned" the COVID pandemic and associated Deaths ELK CITY Hickman, Pat Ann: 74, truck driver, died Dec.
TODAY'S PRAYER God of grace, it is through being apart that we learn to appreciate the joy of being together.
Deaths CHOCTAW Browning, Douglas Paul: 77, retired firefighter, died Dec. News Dec 27, Oklahoma County officials vote to give themselves pay raises Starting Jan.
Health Dec 27, Months into pandemic, many Oklahomans still waiting on unemployment decisions After nearly five months, Amanda Flores is tired of waiting.
Coronavirus in Oklahoma The number of positive COVID tests reported by the Oklahoma State Department of Health increased by 3, to , on Oklahoma Highway Patrol secures funding, finalizes plans for 67th Academy The Oklahoma Highway Patrol is one step closer to keeping up with attrition after securing funding for another training academy Santa connects soldier, siblings in holiday surprise YUKON — Santa came through with a huge surprise for two siblings this Christmas.
Officials hope new basketball court, playground in northeast OKC will ease COVID-related shutdown It all happened courtside on a recent windy December day.
Oklahoma City firefighter dies from COVID Maj. Health Dec 25, Trump election claims, challenges backed by slim majority of Oklahoma voters Slim majorities of Oklahoma voters believe there was widespread fraud in the presidential election and that President Donald News Dec 26, Deaths EDMOND Trice, Ada M.
Annual Red Andrews dinner moved to meal, toy distribution because of COVID The Red Andrews Christmas Dinner was split into satellite locations for , allowing guests to receive kits to make a holiday News Dec 25, AP sources: Authorities have found human remains in the vicinity of the explosion in downtown Nashville NASHVILLE, Tenn.
Massive downtown Nashville explosion an 'intentional act,' police say Nashville authorities believe an explosion that occurred in downtown Nashville early Christmas morning was an "intentional act" TODAY'S PRAYER Eternal God, let peace grow within our hearts and spread throughout the world.
Pandemic pressures, policy disagreements shake up Gov. Kevin Stitt's cabinet As Gov. News Dec 24, Oklahoma City religion leaders tapped to raise awareness about COVID safety measures The Oklahoma City-County Health Department has tapped a group of local religious leaders for a public service announcement Life Dec 24, Life Dec 21, Son's birth a Christmas blessing for family Eilene and Jason Franks were so excited to find out in May of that they would welcome their first child at the end of Health Dec 24, New 7-Eleven owners planning big changes for at least 30 metro stores At least 30 metro 7-Eleven stores, locally owned for 67 years until being sold earlier this year to the international chain, Business Dec 24, Poll shows majority support Oklahoma mask mandate, vaccinations A majority of Oklahoma voters want Gov.
Business Dec 18, Health Dec 23, Trump vetoes defense bill co-authored by Sen. News Dec 23, Oklahoma City Mayor David Holt addresses COVID cases Oklahoma City Mayor David Holt is addressing COVID cases right now.
Oklahoma Gov. The Oklahoma Department of Transportation has released its list of projects that might affect holiday travel Headed out for a socially-distanced holiday get-together?
Massive spending, relief bill includes Oklahoma provisions The massive bill approved by Congress on Monday to keep the government running and provide more pandemic relief includes Achievers: Oklahoma agency's communications director receives award Communications Director Jody Harlan, from Yukon, was recently presented the Oklahoma Commission for Rehabilitation Achievers: Edmond student awarded Biola University scholarship Camren Offerman, a freshman at Biola University and resident of Edmond, was among freshmen who received one the college's Achievers: OKC attorneys elected to state Bar Board of Governors Charles E.
Deaths ARNETT Smith, Nelda Marie: 68, special education teacher, died Dec. Cleveland County property owners offered safer options to pay taxes Cleveland County officials are urging people to pay their property taxes remotely amid COVID concerns.
Edmond sailor deployed in the North Arabian Sea Ensign Megan Jack, of Edmond, monitors the horizon for surface and air contacts in the pilot house of the guided-missile Achievers: UCO names fall class marshals The University of Central Oklahoma has named five students as class marshals of their respective colleges for the fall Achievers: SWOSU student from Blanchard named Melody Ashenfelter Scholar Southwestern Oklahoma State University student Shelby Lankford, of Blanchard, has been named the Melody Ashenfelter Achievers: Mount St.
Mary student named Quest Bridge Scholar finalist A Mount St. Achievers: Norman student earns Gold Award from University of Nebraska-Lincoln's College of Business Gretl Wagner, of Norman, is among students who have earned recognition for their academic excellence from the University of Coronavirus in Oklahoma The number of positive COVID tests reported by the Oklahoma State Department of Health increased by 2, to , on Your high school reunion might be set for Editor's note: In an effort to stop the spread of COVID, venues and businesses might be temporarily closed.
COVID vaccinations begin at Oklahoma nursing homes, long-term care facilities COVID vaccinations for residents and staff in Oklahoma nursing homes and other long-term care facilities began Tuesday.
In-person or online, Oklahoma churches plan Christmas Eve services filled with unity and hope Some churches will modify the way they offer one of the most anticipated church services of the year.
Life Dec 15, Norman's Irving Recreation Center closed through Dec. Life Dec 22, Walmart accused of fueling opioid epidemic in Justice Department lawsuit In its civil complaint, federal authorities allege "hundreds of thousands of violations" of the Controlled Substances Act, and Health Dec 22, Need to recycle?
Norman residents have the Hub Norman residents have a new option for recycling with the opening of the new Recycle Center Hub.
Edmond sets holiday pause on pickup of ice storm debris EDMOND — Curbside pickup of ice storm debris will pause during the Christmas and New Year holiday period to allow contractors Having a 50th anniversary?
Let everyone know Go to Oklahoman. New City Care shelter to help rising numbers of homeless in Oklahoma City On a cold night in January , at least individuals were sleeping outside in tents or piles of blankets around Oklahoma News Dec 22, Holiday card campaign promotes mask mandate "All I want for Christmas is a statewide mask mandate!
Deahts NORMAN Collins, Darrell: 71, died Dec. TODAY'S PRAYER Holy God, we are grateful for Your constant presence in our lives, celebrating with us in times of victory and consoling us in Fort Sill soldiers make annual holiday trip to OKC.
Trump approves Oklahoma ice storm disaster declaration President Donald Trump on Monday approved a major disaster declaration for 13 Oklahoma counties affected by the ice storm in Investigation underway into Oklahoma County jail death An inmate died Sunday morning at the Oklahoma County jail, one day after reportedly getting hurt during an altercation with a News Dec 21, Educators say in-person learning not safe, OEA survey indicates More than a majority of those completing a recent Oklahoma Education Association survey said in-person learning is currently Another Oklahoma energy company is exiting the business, but not how you might think On Monday, Blueknight Energy Partners announced it is getting out of the oil and gas business, but in a way you might not Business Dec 22, Unemployment benefits face delays for millions even with COVID relief package Even though Congress struck a COVID stimulus deal late Sunday to extend badly needed financial relief to millions of jobless Health Dec 21, Deaths CRUTCHO Norris, Ethel Mae: , nurse, died Dec.
Memorials marked in different way in COVID era One by one, candles were lit in remembrance of homeless individuals who had passed away during the year.
TODAY'S PRAYER God of wisdom, teach us that the value of money comes not from how much of it can be accumulated, but how well it can be spent Zoning proposal would outlaw marijuana drive-thru Drive-thru medical marijuana dispensary windows would be prohibited under a new zoning code being proposed by James Greiner, Business Dec 21, Need to contact trace for COVID?
State says you may be on your own As active coronavirus cases remain above 30, in Oklahoma, the state Health Department says its contact tracers are having to Health Dec 20, News Dec 20, The Oklahoman names interim editor, market leader Two industry veterans have been named to leadership roles at The Oklahoman.
Eviction protections set to end Dec. As the CDC discouraged holiday travel, Gov. Kevin Stitt urged tourists to visit Oklahoma As Oklahoma has seen a surge in new daily COVID infections and a record number of people hospitalized due to the virus, Gov Business Dec 15, Coronavirus in Oklahoma The number of positive COVID tests reported by the Oklahoma State Department of Health increased by 4, to , on Here's what we know about metro school plans for More students in the Oklahoma City metro area could return to classrooms in News Dec 19, Open bar: Judge grants restraining order against Governor Kevin Stitt, ABLE Commission The 11 p.
Health Dec 19, Paycom founder joins Giving Pledge Chad Richison, founder and CEO of Paycom, announced Friday he is joining the Giving Pledge, committing to give the majority of Business Dec 19, Will Oklahoma lawmakers really have more money to spend?
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Links Mentioned On Jan. Oklahoma Students Get Trip Of A Lifetime To NASA, SpaceX Launch LeAnne Taylor History happened when SpaceX launched from Cape Canaveral, Florida.
This historic launch happened in November when the first operational crew was sent to the International Space Station on a commercial spacecraft.
And a group of Oklahoma students had the chance to watch the launch in hopes of inspiring them to new heights.
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