Sunday, September 3, 2023

6 in 10 Enid students 'fall short' in math

"Math knowledge—one of the basic skills for all of us to function in our complex world—still is lagging among school-age youth," the Enid News & Eagle editorializes. "Although some students and even entire school districts are excelling in math scores overall, statewide proficiency tests ranking student scores against grade-level expectations show really uneven progress. In the large Enid Public Schools district, only 38% of students are at or above the expectations. The other 62% fall short."

Friday, September 1, 2023

Enid teachers, staff undergo active shooter training

KOCO has the story.

Sex ed for 'social change'

This left-wing organization (funded by the Tulsa-based Charles and Lynn Schusterman Family Foundation, among others) is pushing sex ed for “social change” in our nation’s schools. 

Surveys reveal little improvement in Oklahoma’s literacy rates since 2012

"About 1 in 5 Oklahoma adults struggle to read and comprehend written English," Oklahoma Voice reports.