Room 918: The history (and future) of Native American education in Oklahoma

On this podcast, done in conjunction with our friends at Teach For America Greater Tulsa, we talk with Greg Anderson, who serves as the Secretary of Education and Training for the Muscogee (Creek) Nation.
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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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Listen Frontier: USS Tulsa crew members visit city for the first time

The Independence-class littoral combat ship is due for delivery to the Navy in late 2018 or early 2019. The ship will have 70 crew members, 10 of whom are in Tulsa to learn more about the city after which the USS Tulsa is named.
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Listen Frontier: Kevin, Cliff and Dylan talk about some of our stories this week

On today's Listen Frontier podcast, Kevin Canfield, Clifton Adcock, and Dylan Goforth sit and discuss their stories from this week, as well as what went into reporting them.
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Listen Frontier: School officials discuss the power of parental involvement in a child’s education

It's time for the Listen Frontier/Teach for America podcast. This month we discuss the importance of parental involvement in a child's education.
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Listen Frontier: Will a DACA deal get done? We hear from a legal expert and a DACA recipient

The Trump administration's announcement this week that it was rescinding DACA sent hundreds of thousands of young people across the country scrambling to figure out how their lives will be affected by the decision.
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Listen Frontier: Tulsa finally has master plan to make city more bicycle, pedestrian friendly

The Bicycle/Pedestrian Master Plan, known as the GO Plan, establishes a prioritized list of bicycle and pedestrian infrastructure projects for Tulsa and 10 surrounding communities.
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Listen Frontier: Tulsa Planetarium director talks about what to expect from Monday’s solar eclipse

The solar eclipse begins in Tulsa at 11:39 a.m. Monday. It reaches its maximum magnitude — with the moon blocking 91 percent of the sun — at 1:08 p.m., before ending at 2:37 p.m.
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Listen Frontier: We head down to the Arkansas River to talk about Tulsa’s Great Raft Race

The registration deadline for Tulsa's Great Raft Race is Tuesday, Aug. 15. To register, and for more information, go to www.tulsaraftrace.com.
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