Thursday, December 22, 2022

Former Mid-Del employee sentenced to 45 years for production of child pornography

This school employee "violated his position of trust as an educator of special needs children when he chose to sexually abuse and exploit these vulnerable children who could not defend themselves," says the U.S. Attorney.

Nearly 19 of 20 Oklahoma high-school graduates unprepared in STEM

Ray Carter has the story.

Tuesday, December 20, 2022

Records undercut Edmond claims on bathroom assault

"In a recent video, Edmond Public Schools Superintendent Angela Grunewald indicated an alleged Oct. 26 assault, in which a male student who identified as transgender reportedly attacked a female student in the girls’ bathroom, was not the result of school officials failing to enforce state law regarding school-bathroom access," Ray Carter reports. "But several statements made by Grunewald in that video appear to contradict information in the associated police report," and "the lawmakers who authored the bathroom law noted several problems with Grunewald’s explanation."

Wednesday, December 7, 2022

Moore Public Schools teacher investigated for Snapchats to 8th grader

A Moore Public Schools teacher "resigned from his position Nov. 15 after the district became aware of 'Snapchat correspondence' with an eighth-grade girl, NonDoc reports. It is "the second time a Moore Public Schools teacher has been caught making inappropriate Snapchat communications with students in 2022."

Tuesday, December 6, 2022

School choice benefits rural students

A new study—from a state that has school choice in rural areas—shows that school-choice programs have benefited rural students without harm to local public schools.

Deer Creek staff member sent nude photo to 15-year-old student

KFOR has the story.