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Below is the transcript from State Supt. Barresi's weekly radio message from March 4, 2011. The audio file is attached below.

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Hello and welcome to my weekly video message.

I’m Janet Barresi, Oklahoma’s state superintendent for public instruction.

This week, I joined several lawmakers in a site visit to Crescent public schools, where educators are implementing digital learning strategies.

State Senators John Ford, James Halligan and Gary Stanislawski and State Representative Don Armes joined me on the visit.

Below is the transcript from State Supt. Barresi's weekly radio message from Sept. 16, 2011. The audio file is attached below.

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Hello and welcome to my regular video message.

I’m Janet Barresi, Oklahoma’s state superintendent of public instruction.

This week, I want to talk first about Constitution Day, observed in our public schools on Friday, September 16.

Below is the transcript from State Supt. Barresi's weekly radio message from Sept. 30, 2011. The audio file is attached below.

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Hello and welcome to my regular video message.

I’m Janet Barresi, Oklahoma’s state superintendent of public instruction.

On Monday, September 26, I had the wonderful opportunity to participate in a panel discussion as part of a national summit called “Education Nation” held in New York.

Below is the transcript from State Supt. Barresi's weekly radio message from Oct. 17, 2011. The audio file is attached below.

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Hello, and welcome to our weekly video message. I'm Janet Barresi, Oklahoma's State Superintendent of Public Instruction.

I had the wonderful opportunity last week to meet with education reformers from all across the country at the 2011 National Summit on Education Reform: called Education Everywhere.

Below is the transcript from State Supt. Barressi's weekly radio message from Nov. 7, 2011. The audio file is attached below.

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Hello and welcome to my regular video message.

I’m Janet Barresi, Oklahoma’s state superintendent of public instruction.

Last week we took a look at the Nation’s Report Card, otherwise known as NAEP. In math, Oklahoma is one of only 13 states to show a statistically significant gain over 2009 scores in the number of students scoring proficient. Our scores have more than doubled since 2000.

That’s encouraging news.

Below is the transcript from State Supt. Barresi's weekly radio message from Nov. 30, 2011. The audio file is attached below.

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Hello and welcome to my regular video message. I’m Janet Barresi, Oklahoma’s state superintendent of public instruction.

This week, I wanted to talk about Oklahoma’s application for a waiver from No Child Left Behind. Oklahoma was one of only 11 states to meet the early deadline in November to apply for a waiver.

Below is the transcript from State Supt. Barresi's weekly radio message from December 19, 2011. The audio file is attached below.

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Hello and welcome to my regular video message.

I’m Janet Barresi, Oklahoma’s State Superintendent of Public Instruction.

With this message, I wanted to update you on several important items.

Below is the transcript from State Supt. Barresi's weekly radio message from December 19, 2011. The audio file is attached below.

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Hello and welcome to my regular video message. I’m Janet Barresi, Oklahoma’s State Superintendent of Public Instruction.

I'd like to talk to you about preparing Oklahoma's children for the century ahead. Are our students prepared for the 21st century?

Are they prepared to enter a workforce filled with high-tech demands or to compete with peers across the world for jobs?

Below is the transcript from State Supt. Barresi's weekly radio message from May 3, 2012. The audio file is attached below.

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