Commentary John Thompson
Fifteen years ago, participating in MAPS for Kids, I supported school
choice. The first generation of choice benefited thousands of Oklahoma
City students who attended selective magnet, charter and enterprise
CFN Gazette staff
This list isn’t one that anybody wants to be on. This isn’t Billboard’s
Top Singles Chart. Oh no. Yahoo News reports that, even when the rest of
the nation gets a C- grade for our education, Oklahoma tops even that.
News Tim Farley
Advocacy group Take Shelter Oklahoma filed a lawsuit Monday demanding Gov. Mary Fallin release emails related to an initiative petition that could place storm shelters in all public schools.
CFN Gazette staff
Can’t find a job? It might be because you’re not good enough. Some
companies here can’t fill the jobs they have due to lack of skill and
training, said CareerTech Director Robert Sommers.
Letters to the Editor Phil Bacharach
I appreciate that Chicken-Fried News is supposed to be irreverent and
clever, but it should at least remain accurate. Unfortunately, the Feb.
19 brief, “Money to spend,” (Oklahoma Gazette) isn’t particularly irreverent or clever, and it’s not accurate.
News Jennifer Chancellor
In an exclusive News9/Oklahoma Gazette poll, 52 percent of Oklahoma
City residents “strongly supported” public funding to help build storm
shelters in public schools. Another 26 percent “somewhat supported” the
Commentary Adam Soltani
On Feb. 17, two bills that would require the daily recitation of the
Pledge of Allegiance in public schools in our state cleared the Oklahoma
Senate Education Committee. Senate Bills 1143 and 1500 change this from
a provision of authorization to one of requirement; however, students
may refrain if they desire.
News Jennifer Chancellor In a News9/Oklahoma Gazette poll,
most Oklahomans agree that storm shelters are needed in public schools.
But not even our government can agree on the best way to fund the