Higher Education

Gallogly exercising wise stewardship

As the editorial board of The Oklahoman put it today, Gallogly is “well suited to address OU’s financial challenge.”

Brandon Dutcher
June 22, 2018
Higher Education

Free Market Friday: Refreshing leadership

Nearly three months ago in this space, I said incoming University of Oklahoma President Jim Gallogly was a terrific hire.

Jonathan Small
June 22, 2018
Budget & Tax

A look at the May economic report

The Oklahoma Treasurer’s Office released its monthly economic report this week highlighting May revenue collections.

Curtis Shelton
June 21, 2018
Education, Good Government

Gann seeks interim study on CLO distributions

While teachers descended upon the state Capitol this spring seeking more money for schools, one state agency specifically created to support those same schools was sitting on assets worth $2.4 billion.

Mike Brake
June 20, 2018

Partisan divide seen in Oklahomans’ trust in news media

According to a new statewide survey, Oklahoma Democrats trust the news media much more than Oklahoma Republicans do.

Brandon Dutcher
June 19, 2018

Free Market Friday: For education, fathers matter

There’s a problem affecting education and hurting students. The uncomfortable truth is that changes in family structure have impeded educational progress. It’s time we start talking about it.

Jonathan Small
June 15, 2018
Budget & Tax

​Scamehorn drama shines spotlight on film subsidies

Despite allegations of sexual impropriety on the part of John Scamehorn, the Oklahoma Film and Music Office does not plan to change eligibility guidelines for those receiving taxpayer rebates for films produced in Oklahoma, said chief information officer Leslie Blair.

Stacy Martin
June 14, 2018
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