I have seen nostesia in our city. Some examples include comments such as, “When I was in school, our parents took care of us” and “If only there were good principals like there used to be.”
Benjamin Franklin said that failing to plan was planning to fail. The process of planning is critically important to businesses, nonprofit organizations and school districts.
The Foundation for Oklahoma City Public Schools welcomes Alta D. Price as manager of outreach and programs.
Fifty-one percent. That is the breakdown of Hispanic students in Oklahoma City Public Schools. It is a statistic that sometimes brings as much surprise as sharing that more than 90 percent of our students live in poverty.
In her editorial in The Oklahoman, Mary Mélon discusses two difference makers for Oklahoma City Public Schools students and schools to perform at high levels: Community and Focus.
Love's Travel Stops and The Foundation for Oklahoma City Public Schools teamed up Wednesday to brighten the third day of school for fifth-graders at Adams Elementary.
Oklahoma City Public Schools' new year brings challenges, opportunities