Letter: Sen. Lankford, ‘damage to our institutions will not fade. It will accrue’

Letters to The Frontier can be submitted at letters@readfrontier.com
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Opinion: When everyone counts — everyone wins

"If you don’t have a seat at the table, then you are probably on the menu.” CAIR-OK's Adam Soltani stresses the importance of census involvement.
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Letter: More to virtual charter school grad rates than just four-year totals

As principal of an Oklahoma virtual public school, I have to share my thoughts regarding the article, “Most virtual charter schools' students don't graduate,” published on Dec. 1, 2019.
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Letter: In support of citizen-led initiative to end ‘partisan gerrymandering’

As a member of the League of Women Voters of Metropolitan Tulsa, I’ve heard more than one person say, “my vote doesn’t count, so why bother?”
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Mayor G.T. Bynum: Entrepreneurship is the path to economic development and personal empowerment

Our great city offers a wealth of resources, all dedicated toward providing excellence in entrepreneurship.
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Tulsa elementary school student reviews his trip to the Gathering Place

Keith Bell, 6, is one of the lucky ones who've already gotten to play on the park. What did he think of his trip?
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Deborah Gist: Want to avoid a ‘bleak future?’ Put pressure on your legislators

If our state leaders are unable to agree upon a sustainable revenue plan, by the start of the 2020 school year, we would be operating with a budget reduced by more than $50 million.
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What to do in the wake of the worst mass shooting in modern American history? Here’s what.

"Acceptance is the worst thing we can have right now. It is time to be angry."
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The Saloon: Let me explain how ‘social enterprise’ can change the world – and Tulsa, too

I define "social enterprise" as an organization that uses business principles to generate revenue in order to solve a social issue.
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Room 918: Thanking Oklahoma teachers for what they do

From helping our littlest learners master their ABCs and 123s, to supporting high school students on their path to college and careers, teachers inspire our next generation of leaders. And for that, Tulsa parents and community members are grateful.
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