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November 10-16: #oklaed News of the Week

November 10-16: #oklaed News of the Week

A variety of Oklahoma's education-related news from the week.

November 10

The Oklahoman

Ada News

November 11

The Oklahoman

Tulsa World

Norman Transcript

November 12

The Oklahoman

KXII 12


November 13

The Oklahoman

OSDE

KOCO 5

KTUL 8

News 9

November 14

The Oklahoman

Tulsa World

Ada News

Tahlequah Daily Press

News on 6

KSWO 7

FOX 25


November 15

The Oklahoman

NonDoc

Tahlequah Daily Press

KFOR 4

KOCO 5

News 9

FOX 25

Education Week

Insider

November 16

OSDE

McAlester News-Capital

Shawnee News-Star

KFOR 4

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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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