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The leader of a high-performing charter school looking to expand its presence in northeast Oklahoma City told a standing-room-only crowd Tuesday night he wants to start a "world-class elementary school" in their community.

Amanda Luper, Mustang Centennial Elementary's 2015-16 teacher of the year, works to turn struggles of her own or others into opportunities to educate and learn.

Catan enthusiasts met at the Oklahoma Capitol to test their mettle in a board game tournament for a chance at $1, 000 and a seat at the summer nationals in Indianapolis.

Oklahoma City-area achievers for April 6.

The Edmond North High School Orchestra will present Kyle Dillingham and Horseshoe Road in concert at 7 p.m. April 15. Horseshoe Road will offer a high-energy musical experience, accompanied by the string sounds of the Edmond North Orchestra.

The University of Oklahoma Gallogly College of Engineering recently hosted High School Girls Day, with more than 80 girls from high schools across the region attending. The girls learned about a variety of engineering fields and participated in interactive problem-solving, building and...

The Edmond School District needs to cut more than $3.5 million in spending from next year's fiscal budget.

A Yukon Middle School student reportedly threatened to bring a gun to school.

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Voters in the Oklahoma City metro area will be voting on bond issues and tax proposals in elections Tuesday.

As part of a 10-point budget reduction plan, members of the Putnam City School Board voted 4-0 Monday to transform an elementary school into an early education center, much to the chagrin of many of the parents and teachers in attendance. The adjustments are expected to save the district $273, 000...

A former student's argument that she paid $150, 000 debt for a sub-par law degree that didn't lead to a job didn't persuade a jury that the law school falsified her job prospects. But the problem of oversold degrees is not going away.

"ONE OKC: A Northeast Renaissance” is scheduled for April 30 at Douglass High School’s Miller Football Stadium. The free outdoor event will be hosted by the Northeast Renaissance Steering Committee, Leadership Oklahoma City’s Loyal Class XI and the Alliance for Economic Development of Oklahoma City.

Registration for the Edmond School District's 2016-17 preschool program is scheduled for Monday through April 22. Children who are 4 years old but not older than 5 on or before Sept. 1 are eligible for the free, half-day program, also known as prekindergarten.

Casady School recently won first place in both divisions of the team competitions at the Oklahoma Science Olympiad state tournament. Casady's teams will now travel to the Science Olympiad national tournament, scheduled for May 18-21 at the University of Wisconsin-Stout in Menomonie, Wis.

The 40th annual Medieval Fair, a living history event at Reaves Park, drew thousands of visitors who strolled the grounds to participate in swordplay, arts, crafts and games.

Oklahoma Baptist University education majors hosted an interactive children’s museum titled “Presidential Monuments: A Historical Study of Presidents, Leadership and Values.” About 75 fifth-graders from Sequoyah Elementary School in Shawnee attended.

Oklahoma City Public Schools is close to resolving a federal complaint alleging the district discriminated against minority students by punishing them "more frequently and more harshly" than white students.

A bus carrying students from Stroud to the Oklahoma City Zoo caught fire Monday on the Turner Turnpike near Interstate 35. Twenty-three students escaped safely from the school district's bus, but in the back up of traffic a van struck the rear of a transport tanker and one man died.

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