The Oklahoma News Report, a public affairs program produced by The Oklahoma Educational Television Authority (OETA), published a video highlighting the hundreds of citizens, including dozens of educators, who have run for office this year in our state.
Another award-winning teacher is throwing his hat into the legislative ring this year. Mustang teacher Mike Mason, known for his life lessons and legendary brownies he bakes for winning teams, has filed for office against Sen. Kyle Loveless, known for wanting to consolidate school administration and promoting school vouchers. Mustang High School teacher of the year bakes […]
An educator with 43 years of service to Oklahoma public schools, who is a member of the Oklahoma Educators Hall of Fame, and who has a track record of supporting public education is now running for Senate. Retiring Sand Springs Superintendent Lloyd Snow will join Brian Jackson and incumbent Dan Newberry in filing for the […]
Dozens of frustrated Oklahoma educators have put down their gradebooks and filed for seats in the Senate and House today, including Oklahoma’s Teacher of the Year. The Morning Brew: Will teachers take over during Oklahoma’s candidate filing period? The issues irking the education community include low teacher salary, low per-pupil funding and legislative initiatives in favor […]
For the first time in Oklahoma history, our teachers are storming the Capitol building and — filing for office. Yes, you read that right. Dozens of teachers are expected to line up Wednesday and file their papers to run for the Senate and House in their districts. Some are seeking office to replace term-limited legislators, and some […]