After careful consideration and conversations with students, parents, and teachers, Tulsa Public Schools has made the decision to hold school-based “drive-up” graduations for the Class of 2020.
“We must do everything in our power to ensure that every home in Oklahoma is fully connected so each of our students has the opportunity for academic success in a 21st-century context. That means full connectivity and a device that can accommodate rigorous distance education,” said Hofmeister.
A bill that provides reforms and transparency to virtual charter schools passed unanimously out of the state Senate today and now heads to Gov. Stitt’s desk. Rep. Sheila Dills and Sen. Dewayne Pemberton authored House Bill 2905.
To assist families with maximizing their productivity while observing COVID-19 “stay-at-home” orders, Cameron created a virtual success challenge for high school and college students.
The district’s Summer Academy will run from June 22-July 17 with distance learning for 3rd-grade students eligible under the Reading Sufficiency Act and for students in grades 9-11 who need to recover credits to stay on track to graduate with their peers.
National coronavirus impact poll finds majority of parents want schools to wait to reopen until there is no health risk.
Published 05/07/2020 | Reading Time 12 min 7 sec By Angel Rich, with BlackNews.com NATIONWIDE — It is no secret that the student loan debt crisis of America has excessively impacted Black borrowers and […]