Citizens at Governor Fallin’s town hall meeting in Tulsa have questions and complaints about education funding in Oklahoma. Speaker-after-speaker wanted to know what the Governor planned to do about education funding in the state.
She assured the crowded that education is a top priority for her administration. She told the group, at OSU-Tulsa, her plans to grow Oklahoma’s economy and the skilled labor force will bring more resources to fund education and other programs to the state.
OKLAHOMA CITY (AP) — A state representative is praising a Tulsa County judge's decision to allow children with certain disabilities to attend private schools on state-funded scholarships.
State Rep. Jason Nelson wrote the Lindsey Nicole Henry Scholarship Act and on Wednesday said District Judge Rebecca Nightingale's order issuing a stay until an appeal of her ruling is considered is the right thing to do.