Funding Oklahoma public education doesn’t need to be political

The start of a new school year is here. It may be a few weeks for some, but is just days away for Oklahoma City Public Schools. We haven’t seen much positive news around education in our state in the past months, and so much of it is politicized and divisive.

More:How will you support Oklahoma City students this school year?

For those residents who want to stay out of the scrum and in the direct work of providing support to kids, teachers and schools, here are just five of many ways to do that right now and throughout the year:

  1. Whether you are in Oklahoma City, Moore, Edmond, Putnam City or any district in the state, support your local education foundation. These organizations are doing meaningful work on behalf of their school districts. And, be sure to ask about Senate Bill 1080, which allows for tax credits for donations to specific innovative programs.

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