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May 9-15 #oklaed News Brief

May 9-15 #oklaed News Brief

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

May 9

EIN News Desk

KOCO 5


May 10

The Oklahoman

Tulsa World

Lawton Constitution


May 11

The Oklahoman

Tulsa World

OSDE

City Sentinel

Chickasha Express-Star

NonDoc

Bryan County News

KFOR 4

KOCO 5

KSWO 7

FOX 25

U.S. News & World Report

KUSH 1600 AM


May 12

The Oklahoman

Tulsa World

Bartlesville Examiner-Enterprise

Chickasha Express-Star

McAlester News-Capital

KFOR 4

KOCO 5

FOX 25

May 13

Tulsa World

Lawton Constitution

OSDE

Tahlequah Daily News

Cherokee Phoenix

Duncan Banner

Stillwater News Press

Wagoner County American-Tribune

KFOR 4

KTUL 8

FOX 25

Bartlesville Radio

Public Radio Tulsa

Businesswire

May 14

Tulsa World

State Impact Oklahoma

Pauls Valley Democrat

Lawton Constitution

Oklahoma Watch

KFOR 4

KOCO 5

News on 6

The Journal


May 15

Tulsa World

Muskogee Phoenix

OK Policy

State Impact Oklahoma

Sarah Julian

Director, Communications

Sarah serves as the Director of Communications for the OPSRC. In this role, she provides support, consultation and training on a variety of critical tools and PR functions, including communication plans, social media policies, crisis communications, media relations and website content.

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