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Supt. Barresi remarks on one-year anniversary of Moore tornado

OKLAHOMA CITY (May 19, 2014) — State Superintendent of Public Instruction Janet Barresi issued the following statement about May 20 marking the one-year anniversary of the deadly tornado that struck Moore and other communities in central Oklahoma:

Learning from Tragedy

I remember how terribly heartbreaking it was to read the newspapers or watch the newscasts in the wake of the Moore tornado on May 20 of last year. Each new detail seemed more painful than the one before. Then came the devastating news that seven children had lost their lives when the tornado roared through Plaza Towers Elementary School.

OKTOY blog: On being busy

“I didn’t ask you because I thought you were busy.” I always follow this heartbreaking comment with reassurance that the reason I am busy is for them, the students. Whether I am typing at my computer, reading a journal, organizing the classroom or rearranging some music, it is all for them. At the height of all of these duties, I most look forward to being “busy” with talking to and working with them.

TLE June Newsletter

Topics Include:

  • Impending Deadline for Mandatory Roster Verification for All Districts
  • When is SLO/SOO training?
  • What is the recertification process for school administrators/leaders who evaluate teachers/leaders under TLE law?

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Summer reading academies offer help for struggling readers

OKLAHOMA CITY (June 9, 2014) — For many Oklahoma kids who need help improving their literacy skills, summer break offers an opportunity to slow down and focus on reading. In schools throughout the state, summer reading academies and similar programs are growing in popularity.

Vision 2020

By Janet Barresi, State Superintendent of Public Instruction
Tuesday, July 1, 2014

In only a few weeks, I will welcome thousands of teachers from across the state to the State Department of Education’s Vision 2020 conference.

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