Oklahoma CareerTech trains teachers for early care programs.
Safety first for SandRidge Energy Inc.
Teen parents take turns to succeed . . . together.
Emanuel Perry changes styles.
Norman esthetician Kathy Morris turns back the clock, one facial at a time.
Callie Fowler concocts a culinary arts obsession.
Metro Tech Health Careers Center student is one of only 75 students from the United States chosen as a delegate for the American Society of Radiologic Technologists 2014 Student Leadership Development.
Legislature provides no new funding; academic work will continue; agency staff meeting June 2; PLAN and EXPLORE changes; get a bachelor's degree for $10,000; Oklahoma CareerTech Summer Conference registration now open; Continuous School Improvement Workshop registration now open; and my schedule for the week.
A devastating storm that killed 25 people, some of those children huddled in the hallways of their school. Now, since the tragedy, parents continue their fight to insure no child will ever again be caught in a school without access to a storm shelter. Meanwhile, subdivisions destroyed by the storm are also slowly being rebuilt using stricter new building codes. But it is the lives of those most affected by the killer storm we are going to focus on today. A group of local filmmakers followed several families chronicling their recovery. It’s a documentary that opened this weekend in the very theater some took shelter in.
Emanuel Perry, an exceptional adult student currently studying in Tulsa Tech’s cosmetology program, is under consideration for one of this year’s Breaking Traditions awards. However, his initial decision to study cosmetology wasn’t determined by his gender, it was built on his desire to have a new career that provided more opportunities for his creative talents.