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Legislative Update Newsletter Available

The Oklahoma State Department of Education's Legislative Update newsletter is now available.

Leadership Post Newsletter available

The latest Leadership Post contains articles on Capacity Review Determinations, TLE meetings, new faces at the State Department of Education and more.

Bullying is No Laughing Matter

Recently there have been several teen suicides that have been attributed to bullying.  A big THANKS to Metro Family Magazine for writing a “timely” piece addressing warning signs, resources, and what parents and caregivers can do to intervene.  

Read the article.

Newsletter contains items on supplemental funding, TLE, updated ESEA FAQ

The latest Leadership Post newsletter contains information on passage of a supplemental funding bill, TLE presentations, an updated ESEA FAQ and more.

Praise for ACE requirements

Local educators advocate the state stay the course when it comes to Achieving Classroom Excellence standards.

Latest Leadership Post Newsletter available

The latest Leadership Post includes information on an ACE survey that needs immediate attention; information about the governor's signing of Senate Bill 1959, which will pay flexible spending allowance benefits and National Board Certification bonuses; and information about a TLE Q&A Town Hall.

Textbook Subject Cycle Change

The Oklahoma State Textbook Committee has changed the textbook subject cycle. This year, the Science and the Social Studies adoption cycles will be reversed.

Happy Pi Day Oklahoma

March 14 (3/14) is Pi Day. Celebrate with math enthusiasts by watching an entertaining video and maybe some pie.

Oklahoma 21st Century Community Learning Center Grant Applications Available

The Oklahoma State Department of Education announces the opening of the 21st Century Community Learning Centers competitive grant process for the 2012-2013 school year.

Celebration of Teaching Conference

The Oklahoma State University College of Education is holding the 22nd annual Celebration of Teaching event on March 27, 2012. The event is free and open to all current and future educators.

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