Congratulations: you’ve all officially reached “school's out status!” No doubt you have worked hard all year engaging students and collaborating with colleagues, but now it’s time to rest and relax. We know summers are when the real work preparing for next year begins. This is the time to reflect, plan forward and grow professionally. We also know you often spend your time seeking out professional development that is best for your school site. And since we know for Oklahoma’s educators, time for rest and relaxation is short and comes in tiny doses, we’ve compiled a list of free options for you to engage in below this summer!
My cell phone lost me today, but no worries–I didn’t panic! I kept telling myself that I’ve only had this electronic device, which connects me professionally and personally, for less than 15 years
As we move to the halfway point of the legislative session we still don't know what's going to happen with the budget.
Recently at a school lawyers’ conference, the topic of school website accessibility compliance was discussed. To be honest, I hadn’t had previous occasion to think about this. In case you haven’t either, you should be aware that the protections afforded by the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) extend to websites.
A collection of Oklahoma education-related news of the week.