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    • Creativity in Oklahoma.

    • Creative ability--Economic aspects--Oklahoma.; Labor market--Oklahoma.
    • * Creative jobs grow at a faster rate than total employment, both during periods of economic expansion and contraction. * Between 2001 and 2006, Oklahoma creative jobs grew by 6.0%, while average jobs grew by 3.9%.
    • The creative classroom, fall 2012

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    • Oklahoma C3 Standards - How Design Education Fits by Michael Eddens; Genres in Painting by Alyson Moses; Culture Conveyed through Public Art by Jacki Dunn; Immersed in Creativity: the Oklahoma Summer Arts Institute by Joel Gavin;
    • Nonprofit arts development guide

    • Community arts projects--Management.; Nonprofit organizations--Oklahoma--Management.; Community arts projects--Oklahoma--Management.
    • Developed by the Oklahoma Arts Council, the online Nonprofit Arts Development Guide provides development guidance for emerging and established arts and cultural organizations.
    • Communicator

    • Oklahoma Campus Compact--Periodicals.;Student service--Oklahoma--Periodicals.
    • newsletter;At head of title: Oklahoma Campus Compact;"Oklahoma Campus Compact (OkCC) highlights exciting stories of civic engagement on member campuses."
    • Annual report on gifted and talented education.

    • Gifted children--Education--Oklahoma--Periodicals.;Gifted children--Oklahoma--Statistics--Periodicals.
    • Gifted and talented education was mandated by the legislature in 1981, through the enactment of Title 70 O.S. 1981 Sections 1210.301-307 (Senate Bill 214), making Oklahoma the seventeenth state in the nation to take this step.
    • Teacher connection

    • Minority Teacher Recruitment Center (Okla.)--Periodicals.; Teachers--Training of--Oklahoma--Periodicals.; Minority teachers--Recruiting--Oklahoma--Periodicals.
    • Welcome to our own college of education newsletter -- the Teacher Connection!; The Minority Teacher Recruitment Center is a program of the Oklahoma State Regents for Higher Education and is created for the purpose of 'recruiting, retaining and...
    • Campus e-clips, 05/2012 v.11 no.4

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    • State Regents Recognize Institution, Business Partnerships; SWOSU Notifies Students of Financial Aid Changes Impacting Students and Families; NEO Launches New Website: $1 Million Gift Establishes Scholarship Endowment for Female OU Journalism...
    • Campus e-clips, 11/12/2008

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    • Investiture for New Southeastern President Michael Turner Scheduled for Dec. 5; State's First Wind Turbine Technology Program Approved by State Regents; USAO Student Launches Music Venue for Local Bands; UCO to Open Academy of Contemporary Music in...
    • Bold ideas for Oklahoma

    • Economic development--Oklahoma.; Oklahoma--Economic policy.
    • Last January you asked us to assemble a Task Force on Economic Develop­ment and Job Creation for Oklahoma. We have done that. In the intervening months, 45 dedicated Oklahomans have spent dozens of man-weeks generat­ing suggested initiatives for...
    • 1998 Oklahoma Book Awards

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    • Oklahoma Book Awards
      A Celebration of Oklahoma Books and Authors Welcome to the Ninth Annual Oklahoma Book Awards Ceremonv A Celebration of Oklahoma Books and Authors March 14, 1998 National Cowboy Hall of Fame and Western Heritage...
    • Campus e-clips, 02/20/2009

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    • TCC Developing Textbook Alternatives for Students; First Graduates Complete Adult Degree Program at ECU; Student's Love of Extreme Photography Benefits USAO Students; NASA Astronaut Inspires Oklahoma Students to Pursue Science Careers; UCO...
    • Oklahoma Main Street Center award winners

    • Central business districts--Oklahoma--Periodicals.; Urban renewal--Oklahoma--Periodicals.
    • The Oklahoma Main Street Center recently named the 'best of best' during its Annual Main Street Awards Banquet"; "Oklahoma Main Street recognized the first place communities from across the state in 22 categories.
    • The bottom line

    • Oklahoma Money Matters--Periodicals.;Student loans--Oklahoma--Periodicals.; Oklahoma College Assistance Program--Periodicals.
    • Oklahoma Money Matters presents Your Bottom Line, a bi-monthly newsletter produced with personal finance organizations, educators and consumers in mind.
    • The creative classroom, spring 2013

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    • Quality Arts Education for All Students - Why It's Important by Michael Eddens; Warm Weather Provides Learning Opportunities through Public Art by Jacki Dunn; OKCMOA and NewView Team Up to Serve Special Needs Students by Bryon Chambers;
    • Music standards review

    • Music--Instruction and study--Oklahoma.; Music--Curricula--Oklahoma.
    • Since 1990 The Arts have been part of the core curriculum in Oklahoma schools. The Oklahoma Academic Standards for Fine Arts represent a rigorous curriculum framework to guide instruction in the arts. A balance of instructional activities will...
    • Annual report

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    • "The Board is appointed by the Governor and functions as a professional advisory body to the Oklahoma State Department of Health for the development and improvement of services provided by hospices. As a part of their routine activities, the Board...
    • Oklahoma FCCLA connection, 08/2013

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    • BIG Goals for Membership; No Matter What You Are Wearing Be Red Jacket Ready; Tips for Coaching STAR Events; Using Advisory Committees for FCCLA; Funding Dues for Members; Other Activities; Leader Time: Your time is now; Leading to Infinity and...
    • 1993 Oklahoma Book Awards

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    • March 6, 1993 Welcome to the Fourth Annual Oklahoma Book Awards National Cowboy Hall of Fame and Western Heritage Center Oklahoma City Harold Keith recipient of the 1993 Arrell Gibson Lifetime Achievement Award Born in 1903 in Lambert, Oklahoma...
    • Annual report, 2011/12

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    • A Year in Review; System Overview, Accessibility; Business and Industry Services; Instructional Systems; Comprehensive Schools; Oklahoma's Technology Centers; Ride the Alternative Fuel Wave; Skills Centers; Military Initiative Launched; FY12 ODCTE...
    • Annual report, 2004/05

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    • Every challenge that CareerTech faces can also be viewed as an opportunity--an opportunity to solve a problem, meet a need, or create a new reality. With that philosophy in mind, CareerTech enthusiastically embraces the future as we help accelerate...
    • Results in class, fall 2009

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    • Results 2009 Sandy Garrett; State Fair Ceremony: September 22, Oklahoma Teacher of the Year, The 12 Finalists; Oklahoma 2008-09 test score averages reported: New baselines set for proficiency on some tests, yet tests themselves remain unchanged;...
    • Online news, 05/2011, no.2

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    • OASFAA Rockstars; Rick Edington Named NCHELP Chair-Electd; Making Work Work: Test Your Fantastic Idea by Asking Key Questions; Teacher Loan Forgiveness Materials; 3 Tools to Help Students Make the Most of Campus Visits; Plotting the Course for...
    • Campus e-clips, 08/2011 v.10 no.6

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    • University of Oklahoma Graduate Student Developing Solutions for Water Problems in Ethiopia; Oklahoma's First Rhodes Scholar Recognized by SWOSU; Cameron University Guarantees Its Graduates; Southeastern Participates in Professional Development...
    • Annual report, 2003/04

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    • During the 20th century, career and technology education advanced with technology and ideology. Today, it is a comprehensive system that significantly contributes to the state's economic development and quality of life. In 2004, state legislators...
    • Council matters.

    • Oklahoma. Governor's Council for Workforce and Economic Development--Periodicals.; Manpower policy--Oklahoma--Periodicals.;
    • Since 2004, the Governor’s Council for Workforce and Economic Development has been working to develop creative solutions that expand and improve Oklahoma’s workforce, promote a stronger economy, and make the state more competitive globally.
    • Annual report, 2002/03

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    • Oklahoma's system of career and technology education plays a vital role in "securing futures" for Oklahomans by preparing them to succeed in the workplace. We must have a well-trained workforce to sustain growth in our economy and to compete...
    • Visual arts standards review

    • Arts--Study and teaching--Oklahoma.; Arts--Curricula--Oklahoma.
    • Since 1990 The Arts have been part of the core curriculum in Oklahoma schools. The Oklahoma Academic Standards for Fine Arts represent a rigorous curriculum framework to guide instruction in the arts. A balance of instructional activities will...
    • Indiahoma Public Schools

    • Indiahoma Public Schools (Okla.); School districts--Oklahoma--Indiahoma--Evaluation.
    • This review is intended to help IPS contain costs, improve management strategies and operations, and increase student performance. To conduct this review the office contracted with WCL Enterprises.
    • How does our funding impact Oklahoma?

    • Oklahoma Arts Council.; Arts--Economic aspects--Oklahoma.;
    • The Oklahoma Arts Council's state appropriation of $4 million is less than 1/10th of 1 percent of the state budget. Eighty percent of funding goes directly to communities across the state.; Program Highlights
    • Road to employment for people with disabilities.

    • People with disabilities--Employment--Oklahoma.; Job hunting--Oklahoma.; People with disabilities--Vocational guidance--Oklahoma.
    • "This publication was developed to help you have a successful job search. There is a great deal of effort and energy expended in finding employment. If you are not making finding a job your number one priority, then employment will continue to be...

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