With the Legislature's repeal of tough, new English and math standards known as Common Core, education leaders said they're concerned Oklahoma students will fall further behind their counterparts in more than 40 state which have implemented the standards.
Rogers State University offers an accelerated and flexible program for those who started college, but weren’t able to finish their degree.
The Claremore Publics Schools Foundation has been selected as a recipient of the 2014 Outstanding Award for Local Education Foundations, sponsored by the Oklahoma Foundation for Excellence.
Loud applause and a cry of “We did it! We did it!” filled a room in northwest Oklahoma City as supporters of Tulsa businesswoman Joy Hofmeister learned she’d taken the Republican Party’s nomination for state superintendent of public instruction.
Judge Terrell Crosson’s courtroom was filled to capacity Friday as the jury found Verdigris Elementary School teacher April Beth Cohenour not guilty.
A textbook co-authored by a Rogers State University professor is now required reading at the United States Air Force Academy.
Six of the seven candidates for Oklahoma’s State Superintendent participated in a recent forum at Rogers State University in anticipation of the June 24 primary elections.
The 10th annual Rogers State University Foundation Scholarship Auction and Dinner raised a record $115,000 for scholarships to be given to RSU students at the Bartlesville, Claremore and Pryor campuses.
Gov. Mary Fallin signed a bill on Thursday to repeal the Common Core education standards, getting rid of the new guidelines for math and English scheduled to go into effect in Oklahoma schools in the upcoming school year.