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Rapid growth defines Oklahoma online school

By   /  September 30, 2016  /  Education Blog, Oklahoma  /  No Comments

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Oklahoma’s largest online charter school has nearly tripled its enrollment in the past three years, and is showing no signs of slowing down. With enrollment currently at 8,500, the school hopes to have 10,000 students by the middle of the school year. “Clearly, we’re providing a quality of service and education that families are enjoying and appreciate, or […]

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Sanders supporters’ ‘Fart-In’ may be all hot air, but delegates won’t be silenced

By   /  July 28, 2016  /  National, News, Oklahoma, Pennsylvania, Politics & Elections, Power Abuse, Wisconsin  /  No Comments

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They can’t threaten us anymore. They can’t take my credentials. It’s over tonight. I don’t have to be a good girl any more. I don’t have to take it anymore.”

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Oklahoma moves to shut down virtual charter school

By   /  July 21, 2016  /  Education Blog, Oklahoma  /  No Comments


Oklahoma’s Virtual Charter School Board is looking for the first time to shut down one of the schools under its purview. The board voted in May to terminate the contract of ABLE Charter School because of multiple concerns, including financial reporting problems and questions about compliance with the state Open Meeting Act. The school is […]

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Swipe and seize: Oklahoma gives cops new tool to make civil forfeiture easier

By   /  June 9, 2016  /  Accountability, Credit Card Fraud, Issues, News, Oklahoma, Power Abuse, Regulations, State Government  /  No Comments


Police in Oklahoma have a long history of abusing civil forfeiture laws to seize cash. So why is the state giving them new tools to make such abuses easier?

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