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?
“To the majority of White Americans, this idea may seemingly display as radical and extremely Neo-liberalists; however, it is objectively the cause of today’s subcultural traffic-shift from traditional public schools to free public charters.”
One child should not get a lower quality of education than another because property taxes took a dive for a couple years.
Here they are, those kids you’ve heard so much about. Here are those children of immigrants who are supposedly threatening the safety and future stability of the United States.
In the state of Oklahoma, the commodity is terrifyingly Black and Brown bodies. Its jails and prisons embarrassingly burst at the seams while an intoxicating spirit of apathy socially pervades the political landscape. A pandemic ideology of lockup detrimentally thrashes and economically injures its poverty-stricken citizens and marginalized-constituents. Oklahoma is the prison capital of the world. It incarcerates more citizens per capita than other place on Earth. To make matters worst, Tulsa City Council Karen Gilbert proposes a truancy ordinance that contributes to the chaos and controversy of mass incarceration.