Flaws include the multiple weeks of waiting for the required background checks and questions on whether state employees paid by federal funds could be used, states the editorial.
"Every eighth-grader in civics class learns that the establishment clause of the First Amendment of the Constitution prohibits government from establishing or promoting religion," writes Tulsa resident Barbara Hathcock.
'Vanderpump Rules' star Scheana Shay learnt 'a big lesson' after not getting a prenup before marrying her ex-husband Michael Shay.
"Some subjects are not pretty. Your kids learn about the situations of other children’s experiences, and hopefully become more caring," says Sperry resident Kelly Jennings.
“When we choose to truly listen to others, we are giving them a precious gift: the gift of being heard,” said Pastor Thomas Schwartz with Collinsville Community Church.
The Sooners nearly blew a 23-point halftime lead in the season-opening 40-35 victory over Tulane.
"The U.S. is indeed a great country, but it won’t continue to be great if our leaders continue to ignore history and involve us in wars with no achievable end," said Tulsa resident Bob Pezold.
"Our freedom to choose to not wear a mask is limited by our responsibility to not harm others," says Tulsa resident Art Lasky.
"… it is now fraught with peril to teach or touch upon the subject of race in our nation," said Tulsa resident Glenda Nelson.
This book opens with a hilarious but relatable childhood mistake. As a young Marty Essen sits and listens intently to a reverend’s sermon, he beams at the mention of his father, Paul. Of course, the Paul in question is the one from the Bible, and not, in fact, Paul Essen. (Easy mistake to make. How many Pauls could there possibly be in the world?)
Learning about the Tulsa Race Massacre is important, said 11-year-old Liam Estes.
India has rightly become a tragic reminder that the United States and the developed world must do much more to help citizens of poorer nations get vaccinated, writes columnist Trudy Rubin.
The colorful celebration of the arts was canceled last year due to the COVID-19 pandemic, and organizers are "thrilled" to offer a gathering place for art lovers, foodies and the local music scene once again.
Two vaccinations doesn't make you bullet-proof, and it doesn't mean you can't spread the virus to others, the editorial says.
Christopher Allen, who teaches history at the Owasso High School East Campus, is among 15 top educators in Owasso for the 2020-21 school year.
Starting in May, district classrooms in third grade and up will start blending in lesson plans about the 1921 event, its causes and its long-term impact into their social studies classes.
Kyle Sprague, who teaches math at Smith Elementary, is among 15 top educators in Owasso for the 2020-21 school year.
Chiefs, Bucs reach Super Bowl on greatness of their quarterbacks, and boldness of their two wise, old coaches
Among the many lessons from 2020 is this one: People need people.
When Guatemala’s schools in closed mid-March, teacher Gerardo Ixcoy invested his savings in a secondhand tricycle that he and his brother converted into a mobile classroom. Each day the 27-year-old set out pedaling among the cornfields of Santa Cruz del Quiché to bring socially distanced lessons to his sixth-graders' homes and yards.