By: Nate Morris, senior editor In a packed auditorium at the Tulsa Community College Center for Creativity, students from seven schools presented their semester-long projects to change their school and the greater […]
“…abuse in my past, is impacting the choices I’m making for my future. I’m tired of being beat up. I’m tired of being threatened. I don’t want people to say, “You’re a saint for putting up with that.” I want them to say, “How can we change the system so you are safer?”
The one thing that irks me the most is when a person of privilege presumes to know our walk. And by walk, I mean ‘black folks walk’ — people of color, the marginalized.
Parents can do more to help their kids develop critical thinking skills.
By: Nate Morris, Senior Editor TULSA, OK – After a three day filing period drew to a close, twelve total candidates emerged in the race to fill two seats on the Tulsa […]
If Oklahoma’s mission is to close the academic achievement gap between racial cohorts, why does the State continue allocating more funding to low-performing traditional public schools in urban areas and not high-performing public charter schools in those same areas?
Do children, who receive spankings at home but not at school, misbehave in the classroom more because they know that school administrators can’t give them spankings?