OU’s New President: Facts You Didn’t Know

The naming of a retired energy executive as the University of Oklahoma’s 14th president caught many observers by surprise. Here’s a look at some of the aspects surrounding the choice of Jim Gallogly.

Is a Teachers Strike Imminent?

The Oklahoma House approved cuts to education and other areas Monday, and many teachers appear to be fed up. There is talk of a strike, but could it happen and would it be legal?

Private Schools’ Policies, in Their Own Words

The state’s Equal Opportunity Education Scholarship program prohibits participating schools from discriminating against students with disabilities, but some schools say they don’t have the capacity to educate these students. Here are some schools’ positions.