Listen Frontier: How do you lure young professionals to Tulsa to teach?

How important is having a young, diverse staff of teachers? What can Tulsa do to better attract that demographic to the city to teach?
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Oklahoma business, municipal and energy groups ask federal court to reconsider death penalty decision from ‘Indian Country’

The U.S. Department of Justice is also asking the U.S. 10th Circuit Court of appeals to reconsider the decision, after a panel of judges found the Muscogee (Creek) Nation reservation was not disestablished and that the state did not have jurisdiction.
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Oklahoma City Mayor Mick Cornett acknowledges challenge of reaching Tulsans as he kicks off campaign for governor

After the speech, Cornett said that his campaign had done some polling in the Tulsa area and had found that he was recognized by only about 15 percent of the residents.
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‘Unprecedented’: Mental health advocates, state leaders prepare for the worst as mental health cuts loom

For Family & Children's Services, the cuts would be "catastrophic." The organization provides treatment for almost 18,000 adults with serious mental illness and 4,200 children with behavioral disorders health every year.
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Former reserve deputy Robert Bates could be released from prison as early as Thursday

Second-degree manslaughter is not one of Oklahoma’s “85 percent statutes,” crimes in which a convicted person must serve 85 percent of the sentence before even being considered for probation or parole.
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