Debate around guns in schools heats up on Election Day as local school board candidate endorses arming teachers
Students and staff at Langston Hughes Academy fight to keep the school alive after members of the State Board of Education stripped its accreditation in January.
By: Nate Morris, senior editor Jania Wester, representative for Tulsa Board of Education, District 2, has easily won another two years on the board, fending off her opponent Gary Copper by a […]
It is the opinion of the Black Wall Street Times that Jania Wester is the best and most uniquely qualified choice to move our district in the right direction for years to come.
On Monday June 11th, dozens of educators began an intensive, week-long summer institute designed to train and equip teachers with the knowledge and skills to lead their students in various lessons about the massacre in an effort to preserve this history for generations to come.
Tulsa Public Schools has announced that the district’s 2018-2019 budget is being developed under the assumption that 100 percent of the certified and support personnel pay raises as outlined in House Bill 1023XX and House Bill 1026XX will be funded by the state.