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REAC3H Coordinating District Awards

Congratulations to the REAC3H Coordinating Districts who received a special award at the most recent Summit! These districts were nomiated by participating districts within the local REAC3H Network who wanted to give special recognition for all of the hard work the Coordinating Districts have done. We wanted to share what other districts are saying about these REAC3H Coordinating Districts.

Upcoming Videoconferences and Webinars

Look for additional information about Teacher and Leader Effectiveness videoconferences and webinars on the TLE Website.

Videos & Resources

The videos and visual presentations from REAC3H Summit #2 will be located on the REAC3H Website by the end of this week.

Digital Learning Day

Superintendent Janet Barresi celebrates the first ever Digital Learning Day by announcing new free online resources available to students and educators throughout the state.

Superintendent Janet Barresi Observes Digital Learning Day, Announcing Two New Online Resources for Students and Teachers

State Superintendent of Public Instruction Janet Barresi observes the first National Digital Learning Day by announcing two new online learning partnerships for the state of Oklahoma. The Oklahoma Educational Television Authority and SAS Curriculum Pathways will offer thousands of free online resources and lesson plans to students, teachers and families throughout Oklahoma.

Superintendent Janet Barresi Announces Online Math Tutoring Pilot

State Superintendent of Public Instruction Janet Barresi announces a digital pilot program with Apangea Learning Inc. that is expected to significantly help students statewide who are struggling in Algebra 1.

Choice: It’s Good for Children.

Choice is good for children, whether it be public, charter, digital or non-public schools. Every parent should have the choice to select the school that best meets the needs of their child, regardless of address or income level.

Oklahoma State Board of Education Meeting Highlights

The Oklahoma State Board of Education met Jan. 26, 2012, adopting a resolution to fully support Superintendent Janet Barresi's goal of having all students in Oklahoma college, career and citizen ready by the year 2020. Board member Joy Hofmeister, of Tulsa, was sworn in. The board revoked the teaching certificate of Kimberly Crain, a former third-grade teacher in McLoud. The board also adopted several new alternatives to help students meet Achieving Classroom Excellence requirements.

Superintendent Janet Barresi Marks National School Choice Week

State Superintendent of Public Instruction Janet Barresi will mark her support of National School Choice Week by participating in a panel discussion about Oklahoma school choice opportunities to be held Jan. 24 at the University of Central Oklahoma.

Superintendent Janet Barresi to testify before Kansas Education Committee

State Superintendent of Public Instruction Janet Barresi has been invited to give testimony Thursday to the Kansas State House Education Committee about Oklahoma’s progress in passing and implementing conservative education reforms.

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