Langston U. President JoAnn Haysbert sees this as a learning opportunity not only for DBCS students, but for education majors at Langston, according to a story by Tulsa World education reporter April Marciszewski:
"We're going to revolutionize teaching and learning in this community," Haysbert said.
She wants interaction between Deborah Brown students and Langston's three campuses to be common, she said.
Langston education students will provide extra help and will gain more teaching experience in Deborah Brown classrooms.
The collaboration will ensure that Langston's education program teaches the latest techniques.
Harold Roberts, director of development for the charter school, said Langston students will benefit by learning Deborah Brown's education method, which he described as very disciplined, and take that method wherever they work.