Oklahoma seeks Education Department funding abuse

The Oklahoma Department of Education faces the first audit in its history after a funding scandal involving the state’s largest charter school operator. Gov. Kevin Stitt last week ordered the department-wide audit after a previous audit of Epic charter schools cited abuse of funds, including the use of public funds …

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Colleges expand mental health services for students

The COVID-19 pandemic has created an increased need for mental health services in colleges as students grapple with the social and economic consequences of closed campuses, online learning, and in some cases, loss of life. illness or death of their loved ones. Now, as most institutions return to more normal …

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OP-ED: Sustainability must start with universities

Teachers and students can play an important role Six weeks away from COP26, the delayed 2020 United Nations climate change conference in Glasgow, many people are reflecting on how their personal and professional behavior can help cope with the climate crisis. It involves rethinking the extent to which we are …

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Scripture: Education’s Ugly Duckling

With the number of readings assigned to us for our classes, it’s hard to remember almost any of them. They are often long, boring, and unnecessarily convoluted. However, there are some works that will always stand out, whether it’s good or bad. You must be wondering why we are forced …

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