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Governor Fallin Signs Appeals Bill for High School Seniors

House Bill 2970 signed into law. The bill calls for the State Department of Education to develop an appeals process for high school seniors who do not meet the current graduation requirement of passing four out of seven End of Instruction Exams.

Commission for Education, Instruction Quality and Accountability

Senate Bill 1797 by Senator Clark Jolley would combine many of the functions of the Commission for Teacher Preparation and the Office of Accountability into a new agency known as the Commission for Educational Quality and Accountability.

Supt. Barresi Reiterates Budget Request

As the Legislature approaches the end of this year's session, Superintendent Janet Barresi has reiterated a budget request that asks for an increase to make up for funds lost last year and to help implement reforms.

Upcoming TLE Framework Training

One-day informational session hosted by COSSA in June will not count towards any portion of the State Department's required TLE framework training.

Parent Power Night at Vision 2020

The State Department of Education will host a free Parent Power Night on June 11, 2012, as part of the department’s Vision 2020 Conference.

Summer Camps

A list of 2012 Summer Programs for for educators, students, and parents.

Leadership Post newsletter sent

Leadership Post newsletter contains information on NBCT stipends, TLE framework training and a relief fund for Woodward Public Schools' disaster victims.

Crutcho Schools Finding the Formula to Success

Crutcho Schools' improvement draws notice from the U.S. Department of Education.

Digital Learning Summit Keynotes

Our two keynote speakers from the Digital Learning Summit held earlier this month attracted plenty of positive interest. The two speakers were UStreamed live on April 19 and April 20, but we wanted to share them with those who may have missed out.

Keynote from Richard Culatta - April 19, 2012:

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