What does $30 million look like? It's a big number and is what Oklahoma City Public Schools was forced to navigate because of the shortfall in last year's state budget.
Community partners provide blankets, books and toys.
Recruiting, developing and retaining highly qualified teachers and leaders is a pillar of Oklahoma City Public Schools' strategic plan, The Great Commitment.
Focus. Alignment. Impact. These key words help tell the story of The Foundation for Oklahoma City Public Schools’ 2016 endeavors and accomplishments.
If our entire community would rally around our school district, our superintendent and leadership, our teachers, support staff and EVERY student in OKCPS … we would change the outcomes for our children. We could, quite literally, affect a generation.
Preparing our children to be contributing citizens with the skills necessary to enter the workforce is a primary goal of public education.
The Wall of Fame honorees were impressive and articulate. But, it was the remarks by OKCPS District Teacher of the Year, Rebecka Binion, which provided true insight at what responsibility successful people have in nurturing the next generation.