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Oklahoma State Department of Education rolled out a revamped school report card system.
Oklahoma’s schools will have a new way to analyze their work and see how they stack up.

Keeping promises

Education advocates hope changes to the Oklahoma’s Promise program will give it new strength.
Before 33-year-old Oklahoma State Rep. Cyndi Munson, D-Oklahoma City, made history in 2015 by becoming the first Asian-American woman elected to the state Legislature and the first Democrat to win representation in House District 85 and inspired a wave of female political newcomers in 2018, she was a starry-eyed middle school student in Lawton with a dream of becoming the first person in her family to earn a college degree.

Banking on education

Oklahoma City Public Schools will renovate Central National Bank building for its new administration headquarters.
Oklahoma City Public Schools will move their administration office to a building better-suited for its needs and services. The school district is going forward with plans to renovate the old Central National Bank building on 615 N. Classen Ave. into its new headquarters.

Strong foundation

The Foundation for Oklahoma City Public Schools ignites change with community collaboration.
Mary Golda Ross Elementary School bilingual assistant Elizabeth Claudio, 26, had never met the president of The Foundation for Oklahoma City Public Schools when she received an email from her a few years ago.

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