The coronavirus has thrown each individual’s education into chaos. And Oklahoma teachers, students and administrators are trying to bring order back into students’ lives.
But billions of dollars from the federal government should give schools the opportunity to work at mitigating learning loss.
Oklahoma’s State Department of Education announced Monday the start of a new multiyear initiative to best leverage those monies called Ready Together Oklahoma.
It will begin this summer, State Superintendent for Public Instruction Joy Hofmeister said.