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Oklahoma teachers stay for love of state

Brandon Martin

April 14, 2018

Thousands of Oklahoma teachers and students gathered at the capitol building over the past two weeks to fight for better funding for the state. These groups marched on the Capitol in hopes to improve the education spending in the state of Oklahoma, one that would need to invest $1.3 billion more annually to reach the regional average per-student sp...

Oklahoma City school teachers still in favor of walkout

Brandon Martin

April 14, 2018

      Though the Oklahoma teacher’s largest union announced the walkout has ended after nine days, many teachers remained in support of the teachers involved. At a board meeting at Northeast High School in Oklahoma City on April 12, many teachers voiced their concern about en...

Moore resident says teachers ‘should be in the classroom,’ offers tax solution

Brandon Martin

April 5, 2018

Cody Clark, father of six and resident of Moore, said he believes the walkout at the Capitol is not the solution. “They are employees of the state of Oklahoma,” said Clark. “Their job is to be in the classrooms teaching our children. Being examples and mentors for our children. The Oklahoma House of Repr...

OU Aviation Program Helping Worldwide Pilot Shortage

OU Aviation Program Helping Worldwide Pilot Shortage

Brandon Martin

February 10, 2018

In the midst of a worldwide pilot shortage, OU’s aviation program is doing its part to combat this issue. According to the 2017 Boeing pilot outlook, an estimated 637,000 new pilots and over a million maintenance technicians and cabin crew will be needed in the next 20 years. In order to pilot a major ...

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