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Controversy in Coleman over superintendent

Updated: 01/29/2009 - COLEMAN, OK ― The Coleman Schools superintendent is facing serious allegations and fighting for his job. Josh Stevenson was at a school board meeting Thursday night and has this report.

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A+ Athlete: Jordan England

Updated: 03/02/2009 - HOWE, TX – It’s time to check in with this week's A+ Athlete. Daniel Gotera takes us down to Howe High School to meet a basketball player who relieves the stress of the classroom by hooping it up.

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Local school in session on MLK Day

Posted: 01/16/2009 - MADILL, OK --Many people are looking forward to a long holiday weekend, celebrating the life of one of our country's most influential civil rights leaders. But for one local school district Martin Luther King Day is just another day at school. And that upsets one mother.

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Eye on Education: Charter schools

Posted: 01/06/2009 - With nearly 4,000 charter schools in the U.S., some officials say that this type of learning institution can be effective, while others strongly disagree. CBS News’ Cynthia Bowers has more in this morning’s Eye On Education.

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Durant HS band soaking in Liberty Bowl experience

Updated: 01/02/2009 - MEMPHIS, TN ― The Durant High School Marching Band is in Tennessee this Friday, where they are scheduled to perform at halftime of the Liberty Bowl between Kentucky and East Carolina.

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Soper among high schools named scholarship state champs

Posted: 12/17/2008 - OKLAHOMA CITY - Eight Oklahoma high schools that combined to qualify 325 graduates for free college tuition have been named "Oklahoma's Promise 2008 State Champions" by the Oklahoma State Regents for Higher Education.

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Denison's White promoted to athletic director

Updated: 12/02/2008 - Denison High School’s Head Football Coach, Cody White, will be promoted to Athletic Director/Head Football Coach effective at the close of this school year, according to Dr. Henry Scott, Superintendent of Denison schools.

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Sherman school board meets to discuss budget cuts

Updated: 12/02/2008 - SHERMAN, TX ― The Sherman Independent School District is running on a $1.8 million deficit. Now school board members are set to decide what cuts they could be making. Monday night's board meeting concluded with several options to be considered.

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Eye on Education: The College Squeeze

Posted: 11/25/2008 - In our Eye on Education report, we look at a growing problem for American families as the economy continues to struggle. This morning we look at how college students and parents are coping with escalating education costs.

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Anna school bus crash under investigation

Posted: 11/24/2008 - ANNA, TX ― Authorities say they have ruled out one of the possible causes of last week's school bus crash in Anna that sent more than a dozen children to area hospitals and left parents and authorities wondering if it could have been avoided. Rita Kotey spoke with Anna police.

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Texas high school students to get credit hours for playing sports

Posted: 11/21/2008 - SHERMAN, TX ― This time next year, some student-athletes may be able to get credit to use toward graduation for playing sports. Rita Kotey talked with some school officials to find out what that means for all students, not just student-athletes.

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SISD prepares for cuts

Posted: 11/19/2008 - SHERMAN, TX - Rollback elections were held in a number of school districts across the state, and one school district is trying to see where it can cut back after its rollback proposal failed. Sherman ISD administrators say they'll have to make about $3 million in cuts to the 2009 budget.

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Eye on Education: Poverty awareness

Posted: 11/18/2008 - CALERA, OK ― Almost half of the world over three billion people live on less than $2.50 a day, and this situation is what some Calera High School students will live with for a week. We take a closer look in our Eye on Education report.

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Calera kids trade beds for boxes to raise poverty awareness

Updated: 11/17/2008 - CALERA, OK ― Almost half of the world over three billion people live on less than $2.50 a day, and this situation is what some Calera High School students will live with for a week. After school Monday, sixteen Calera students set up their cardboard boxes, which they will call home for the next five days.

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Ardmore student selected for all-state chorus

Updated: 10/29/2008 - ARDMORE, OK ― A talented Ardmore student will soon be singing for an all-state choir. Antonio Rodriguez, a fifth grade student at Charles Evans Elementary School, is the only Ardmore student selected to be a part of the Oklahoma Music Educators Association Children's Chorus.

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First responders receive bear-y special gifts from Durant students

Updated: 10/29/2008 - DURANT, OK ― Durant police and firefighters, along with Oklahoma Highway Patrol troopers, all received the special gifts of teddy bears Wednesday, as part of Durant Intermediate School's Hug-A-Bear Project in conjunction with Oklahoma’s Fire Prevention Month.

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Sherman elementary school kids hold their own presidential election

Updated: 10/28/2008 - SHERMAN, TX ― With the election one week away people have been already been standing in long lines to vote early, and there are many who are still waiting to cast their ballot on November 4, but one group of underage voters says they want their voices to be heard, too. Rita Kotey explains.

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Schools under pressure to improve high school dropout rates

Updated: 10/28/2008 - DENISON, TX ― Schools all over the country are being urged to improve dropout rates. U.S. Secretary of Education Margaret Spellings issued a statement saying that she wants to put pressure on schools to make sure that fewer students drop out.

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