What does community support for public education look like?
Our schools can't do it alone, and many in Oklahoma City have heard this message and answered the call.
Honorees illustrate how education can turn dreams into reality.
OKCPS has had 11 superintendents since 2000. There's one primary reason for this and the community need only look in the mirror to figure it out.
The fact that Oklahoma City Public Schools now has the opportunity to keep participants in The Foundation for Oklahoma City Public Schools' Bilingual Teacher Pipeline Project receiving pay and benefits is very good news and worthy of celebration.
Starting on July 1, OKCPS teachers creating new DonorsChoose.org projects will receive a special KICKSTART donation from the Foundation.
Despite these troubling and tragic times, there are many shining beacons of positivity and hope. Oklahoma City Public Schools just graduated nearly 1,600 students.