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March 27-April 2 #oklaed News Brief

March 27-April 2 #oklaed News Brief

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

March 27

Muskogee Phoenix

Oklahoma Watch

KOCO 5

March 28

Lawton Constitution

March 29

Tulsa World

Oklahoma Watch

Bartlesville Examiner-Enterprise

Journal Record

KFOR 4

News on 6

KSWO 7

News 9

FOX 23

FOX 25

KGOU


March 30

The Oklahoman

NonDoc

Muskogee Phoenix

KOCO 5

News on 6

News 9

FOX 25

Public Radio Tulsa


March 31

The Oklahoman

Lawton Constitution

NonDoc

Claremore Daily Progress

Shawnee News-Star

Norman Transcript

OSDE

Muskogee Phoenix

Journal Record

The Frontier

KFOR 4

KOCO 5

KTUL 8

News 9


April 1

The Oklahoman

Tulsa World

StateImpact Oklahoma

Shawnee News-Star

Muskogee Phoenix

Oklahoma Watch

Tahlequah Daily Press

KFOR 4

News on 6

KTUL 8

FOX 25


April 2

The Oklahoman

Ponca City News

USA Today

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