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Aug 31-Sept 6 #oklaed News Brief

Aug 31-Sept 6 #oklaed News Brief

A collection of Oklahoma education-related news of the week.

August 31

The Oklahoman

Tulsa World

Claremore Daily Progress


September 1

The Oklahoman

Pawhuska Journal-Capital

Edmond Sun

KNWA

KFOR 4

Bartlesville Radio


September 2

The Oklahoman

Enid News & Eagle

KTUL 8


September 3

Tulsa World

Tahlequah Daily Press

Oklahoma Watch

KFOR 4

News on 6

KTUL 8

News 9

5NewsOnline.com


September 4

The Oklahoman

NonDoc

Oklahoma Watch

Sand Springs Leader

McAlester News-Capital

KFOR 4

News on 6

News 9

FOX 25


September 5

The Oklahoman

OSDE

Owasso Reporter

Pauls Valley Democrat

Journal Record

KJRH 2

KFOR 4

KOCO 5

News on 6

ABC 7 (Amarillo)

KTUL 8

KUAF 91.3

106.3 The Buzz

Public Radio Tulsa


September 6

Tulsa World

News 9

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