Oklahoma and Marijuana: A Community Forum

Shailaja Marion Announcement

Join the League of Women Voters of Metropolitan Tulsa as we host a Community Forum on the topic of marijuana with an exceptional panel of industry experts and state officials. Open and free to the public, this is a unique opportunity to bring your questions and join the community to learn more about about the impact on the workplace and …

Consensus Meeting – January 26, 2019

Shailaja Marion News

The time has come for local leagues to develop responses to the consensus questions related to the LWVOK’s study updating our current positions on education. This process requires a group to find solutions that everyone actively supports, or at least can live with. The consensus questions can be found below for review. During the meeting, short presentations will be made …

Why I’m Optimistic about Education in Oklahoma

Emily Davis News

By Dr. Keith Ballard, Superintendent, Tulsa Public Schools I am optimistic about education in Oklahoma. In my seven years at Tulsa Public Schools, we have made great progress. In 2008, I joined a district that had, in many respects, lost its way. We had buildings in poor repair and classrooms that had fallen behind the times. Our children were not …

Getting to Know: Your School Board

Emily Davis News, News and Updates

The filing period for school board candidates in 14 Tulsa County school districts and Tulsa Technology Center District 18 ended without a single contested race. The League of Women Voters usually publishes a Voters’ Guide for School Board races, but there will be no election this year. The League of Women Voters contacted those individuals who did file for office …