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The Art of Prosthetics
Francis Tuttle Tech Center’s unique prosthetics program attracts international students hoping to help their countrymen back home.
Innovation in the Classroom
Thanks to Phillips 66, Bartlesville High School has added innovation labs to expand STEM education.
Innovative Classrooms
Tri County Technology Center renovated classroom layouts and designs to stimulate student success.
Empowering Homeless Students
Bridges is a nonprofit organization formed to empower students who live alone to succeed.
OSU: Operation Orange
An Oklahoma State University summer program hopes to spark students’ interest in becoming physicians.
Oklahoma’s Creative Spirit
Value Added: STEAMmaker camps show teachers and students how hands-on learning takes education to a whole new level.
Promising Career in Medicine
An Oklahoma State University grad attends Meridian Technology Center on her pathway to a promising career in the medical profession.
The Art of Prosthetics
Value Added: Francis Tuttle Tech Center’s unique prosthetics program attracts international students hoping to help their countrymen back home.
Roy Clark School of Music
Students receive lessons from some of the industry’s best at the Roy Clark Music School at Northeast Technology Center in Claremore, Okla.
STEM to Naval Academy
Gordon Cooper Tech’s pre-engineering program gave Whitney Heer the science and math foundation she needed to enter the naval academy.
Oklahoma Horizon TV Show 1641
This week on “Oklahoma Horizon,” our focus is on both sides of the spectrum of life.
Craig Knutson - Early Childhood Development
The Potts Family Foundation is working to improve the overall wellness of families through early childhood care.
Empowering Homeless Students
Bridges is a nonprofit organization formed to empower students who live alone to succeed.
Injection Wells Tied to Earthquakes
A recent Supreme Court ruling on damages from an earthquake in Prague, Okla., is just the latest ruling faulting injection wells for quakes.
Urban Gardening
A small flower garden at the Oklahoma Department of Agriculture Food and Forestry has been transformed into a flourishing community garden.
Barrel Racing for a Cause
The Lazy E Arena will host the St. Jude Barrel Jam that will help children battling cancer and other life-threatening diseases.
Fair Funding for Schools
School districts containing tax-exempt federal land get impact aid from the U.S. government, but the amount isn’t keeping pace with costs.
Lights, Camera, Action!
Francis Tuttle Technology Center’s broadcast and video production students learn the art of directing, writing scripts and editing projects.
Farmers Are Optimistic
The weather helps determine the agricultural world and consumer prices in Oklahoma, and farmers are optimistic heading into 2016.
Entrepreneurial Enid
Enid’s economy is strong as small and large businesses alike base their marketing strategies around the word “adventurous.”
Value of Education
The skills gap in Oklahoma will likely grow because of the effect state funding cuts will have on education and the workforce.
Roy Clark School of Music
Students receive lessons from some of the industry’s best at the Roy Clark Music School at Northeast Technology Center in Claremore, Okla.
Lemon Challenge: Inspirational Movement
Two sisters -- both HOSA members at Francis Tuttle Tech -- started the Lemon Challenge to raise funds for the Leukemia and Lymphoma Society.
Taking the Lemon Challenge
Value Added: People around the state and beyond are taking the HOSA Lemon Challenge to raise awareness and funds for a worthy cause.