The “Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion” training mandated at the University of Oklahoma advises students that support for equality is wrongheaded.
Law & Principles
This is an updated watch list of bills that are eligible to be included on OCPA’s scorecard for Oklahoma’s 2021 legislative session.
Two teachers unions that have steadfastly opposed reopening schools for full-time, in-person instruction are part of a new coalition opposing efforts to provide parents with a wider range of school options.
Gov. Kevin Stitt’s latest appointment to the State Board of Education has left no doubt where he stands when parents are on one side of an education issue and school administrators and unions on the other.
It’s time for Oklahoma’s governor and state lawmakers to consider Milton Friedman’s suggestion that perhaps we should be taxing universities rather than subsidizing them.
Growing use of alternative-fuel vehicles threatens to dramatically reduce funding for Oklahoma’s roads and bridges by slashing gasoline consumption.
During the week of the 2020 presidential election, the Oklahoma State Department of Education encouraged teachers to use materials produced by an organization that critics say has actively worked to brand orthodox Christians and mainstream conservative organizations as “hate groups.”
Budget & Tax, Education
While there has been no shortage of research papers and news stories about teacher salaries, these often ignore a large portion of educators’ compensation: retirement benefits.
Legislation that would protect places of worship from government-ordered closures during a pandemic has advanced from a state House committee.