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OKLAHOMA CITY — Teachers fled a state meeting in tears and stood in a hallway shaking and crying after the state superintendent Thursday, May 25, 2023, unveiled a “propaganda” video that educators viewed as a threat to their safety and livelihoods.

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OKLAHOMA CITY — After months of bickering, Republicans at the statehouse on Monday said they have reached an agreement that will result in “a historic” $785 million investment in public schools.

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OKLAHOMA CITY — Uncertainty is growing about who would control and use a vital network of rural broadcast communication towers following a gubernatorial push to sever ties with the Oklahoma public broadcaster.