• The People's Business
    The People's Business For our final episode of the legislative session, Senators Jim Wilson, (D) Tahlequah and Harry Coates, (R) Seminole, field your questions with host Bob Sands about anything and everything legislative that's happened at the Capitol. Program website ›
  • My Source
    My Source OETA-The Oklahoma Network has been traveling across the state, talking to Oklahomans about why they watch and what they watch on OETA. From the youngest to the oldest and everyone in between, the stories shared are entertaining and always endearing. Explore these compelling stories and visit oeta.tv/mysource to learn how you can be a part of the My Source project! Program website ›
  • State of State Address Archive
    State of State Address Archive The Governor of the state of Oklahoma delivers a speech every year to a joint session of the State Legislature Oklahoma discussing the state of the state.
  • Oklahoma News Report
    Oklahoma News Report Featured content from the OETA Oklahoma News Report Program website › Subscribe in iTunes®
  • Stateline
    Stateline Emmy Award-winning documentaries covering issues and people across the state. Program website › Subscribe in iTunes®
  • OETA Movie Club
    OETA Movie Club Classic movie trivia with B.J. Wexler.
  • Gallery
    Gallery OETA Emmy Award-winning series covering all aspects of Oklahoma art and culture. Program website › Subscribe in iTunes®
  • Oklahoma Forum
    Oklahoma Forum Weekly discussion of the issues that impact citizens statewide. Program website › Subscribe in iTunes®
  • Oklahoma Votes
    Oklahoma Votes Selected Videos from Oklahoma Votes Election coverage.
  • A Conversation With...
    A Conversation With... In-depth interviews with Oklahoma icons. Program website ›
  • State of Creativity
    State of Creativity A fast-paced documentary series chronicling the fascinating people and progress shaping Oklahoma into the state of creativity. Program website › Subscribe in iTunes®
  • OETA Previews
    OETA Previews
  • On the Record
    On the Record Program website ›
  • Ready to Learn
    Ready to Learn Video developed to help parents and teachers guide the development of their children using the View-Read-Do triad paradigm Program website ›
  • Ask A Lawyer
    Ask A Lawyer Program website ›
  • OKC Metro
    OKC Metro "OKC Metro" is a weekly, half-hour public affairs interview program highlighting events and groups in the Oklahoma City metropolitan area. Program website › Subscribe in iTunes®
  • Oklahoma World War II Stories
    Oklahoma World War II Stories

You will need to install Adobe Flash Player version 9 or above in order to view video content on this site.

Get Adobe Flash player

News & Public Affairs » Education

http://video.oeta.tv/onr/top/budget and taxes.flv Budget and Taxes
Budget and Taxes

5-25-12

Featured in Top Stories

The Oklahoma Legislative session ended last week in a flurry of activity, as senators and representatives pushed to wrap up their work at the Capitol in time. The two major issues on the table for the final week? The state budget for the next fiscal year, and the lightning rod of controversy that was the proposed state income tax cut, one of Governor Mary Fallin's cornerstone issues.

Related Topics: Community, People & Profiles, Business & Economy, Government, Politics, Education

Originally broadcast on May 25, 2012


http://video.oeta.tv/onr/top/Mammoth Bones_1.flv
Mammoth Bones

5-18-12

Featured in Top Stories

'Ancient treasure' usually brings to mind buried gold or a prize from some lost civilization. But a find by two brothers on their property just south of Highway 9 is a whole different kind of ancient, and sheds light on some of Oklahoma's prehistoric inhabitants.

Related Topics: Prehistoric, Earth, Environment, Natural History, Animals, Education

Originally broadcast on May 21, 2012


http://video.oeta.tv/onr/top/End of Instruction Tests_1.flv
End of Instruction Tests

5-18-12

Featured in Top Stories

As schools prepare to send swaths of young graduates out into the real world in the coming weeks, over two thousand seniors who successfully finished their classes this year are stuck in graduation limbo. They're the first group required to pass four end of instruction tests, and for some, it's become their greatest hurdle.

Related Topics: Community, Education, Education, Society

Originally broadcast on May 21, 2012


http://video.oeta.tv/the_peoples_business/People's Business 5-16-12.flv
The People's Business

We wrap up our 2012 season with Senator Jim Wilson (D)of Tahlequah and Senator Harry Coates (R) of Seminole. In this call-in free-for-all, our legislators along with host Bob Sands discuss anything and everything that's happened this legislative session.

Related Topics: Religion & Beliefs, Community, Health Care & Illnesses, Education, Government, Politics, Social Issues, Education, Religion & Beliefs

Originally broadcast on May 17, 2012


http://video.oeta.tv/onr/top/The Cost of College.flv
Cost of College
Featured in Top Stories

Student loans are a staple of the typical co-ed. But some subsidized student loans are on the rocks, awaiting a decision by Congress.

Related Topics: Education, Issues & Advice, Personal Finance, Business & Economy, Government, Politics, Education

Originally broadcast on May 17, 2012


http://video.oeta.tv/onr/top/Music and Arts Education.flv Oklahoma News Report
Oklahoma News Report

Music and Arts Education

Featured in Top Stories

Music and arts education programs face more cuts in public schools, forcing many districts to rely on the private sector for creative instruction. The Tulsa Symphony recently paid to bring internationally renowned music teacher Roberta Guaspari to teach some workshops in the city. It’s one example of private organizations trying to provide opportunities for music and arts education. (Also featured: Kathy Rad of the Tulsa Symphony, Patrick Riley, Ken Busby, Exec. Dir. Of the Tulsa Arts & Humanities Council, Barry Schmelzenbach of the Harding Fine Arts Academy, Kim Baker from the Oklahoma Arts Council, Jerry Ni, and Dawn Wei.)

Related Topics: Performing Arts, Music, Education, Education, Arts & Entertainment

Originally broadcast on May 4, 2012


http://video.oeta.tv/onr/ONR050412.flv Oklahoma News Report
Oklahoma News Report

May 4th, 2012

In this ONR, Bob Sands and M. Scott Carter from The Journal Record team up for a special in-depth report on Oklahoma’s long term care facilities for veterans. Michael and Susan Kraft share the story of their father’s experience at the Claremore Veteran’s Center. Major General Rita Aragon and former Medical Director of the Norman Veterans Center, Dr. Pamela Hiti weigh in on some of the problems and possible solutions to accusations of neglect and abuse at veteran’s facilities. Proposed tax cuts and falling natural gas prices are creating uncertainty as legislators begin the complex task of drafting a state budget. Sen. Clark Jolley (R-Edmond) and Rep. Earl Sears (R-Bartlesville), who lead the Senate and House Appropriations Committees, talk about some of the unique challenges they face this year. Sen. Brian Bingman (R-Supulpa), Rep. Kris Steele (R-Shawnee), and Rep. Scott Inman (D-Del City) also voice their concerns. Music and arts education programs face more cuts in public schools, forcing many districts to rely on the private sector for creative instruction. The Tulsa Symphony recently paid internationally renowned music teacher Roberta Guaspari to teach some workshops in the city. It’s one example of private organizations trying to provide opportunities for music and arts education. And our partners at E-Capitol and The Journal Record have updates on other trending stories in government and business this week.

Related Topics: Performing Arts, Fine Arts, Health Care & Illnesses, Education, Forensics & Investigations, Business & Economy, Government, Politics, Health, Education, Military & Espionage

Originally broadcast on May 4, 2012


http://video.oeta.tv/onr/top/Scholarship for Disabled Kids.flv Oklahoma News Report
Oklahoma News Report

Scholarships for Disabled Kids

Featured in Top Stories

A law designed to allow children with disabilities the right to apply for state funded scholarships is being challenged. Critics say the Lindsey Nicole Henry Scholarship Fund is unconstitutional because it uses taxpayer money to pay for private schooling. We talk to Garret and Stephanie Spry, Tim and Kristen Fisher, Eric Baxter, Dr. Kirby Lehman from Jenks Public Schools, Steven Crawford, the Executive Director of CCOSA, Rep. Jason Nelson (R-Oklahoma City), and Rep. Jeannie McDaniel (D-Tulsa).

Related Topics: Child Development, Education, Government, Education

Originally broadcast on April 27, 2012


http://video.oeta.tv/onr/ONR 4-27-12.flv Oklahoma News Report
Oklahoma News Report

April 27th, 2012

On this week’s edition of ONR we take a look at House Bill 3052, House Speaker Kris Steele’s plan to improve public safety and reform the state’s corrections system. Liz Exon looks into the fight over the Lindsey Nicole Henry Scholarship Fund. The program allows children with disabilities to receive money from the state to attend private school, but some school districts believe it is unconstitutional. In “Point-Counterpoint”, Dick Pryor discusses a new law that would require drug testing for welfare recipients with Sen. David Holt and Sen. Constance N. Johnson. And, our Cutting Edge report looks at the advances in radar technology being made at the National Weather Service in Norman. All that, plus updates from the State Capitol and business news from The Journal Record.

Related Topics: Weather & Natural Disasters, Business & Economy, Government, Politics, Social Issues, Health, Education

Originally broadcast on April 27, 2012


http://video.oeta.tv/the_peoples_business/People's Business 4-25-12.flv The People's Business
The People's Business

April, 25th, 2012

Oklahoma's public education system continues to undergo major change. Changes that have left much controversy in its wake. End of instruction testing, funding cuts, the method for selecting low performing schools and the new a through f grading system are just some of the changes that have left educators at odds, primarily with the state department of education. Joining us to discuss these issues and more and to answer your questions are State Rep. Ed Cannaday, a Democrat from Porum and Sen. John Ford a Republican from Bartlesville.

Related Topics: Education, Government, Politics, Education

Originally broadcast on April 25, 2012