Unappreciated and Underpaid: The Support Staff of TPS

by Senior Writer Britni Sharde “There appears to be a disconnect between the people that run Tulsa’s education system and the people that work for them,” said community advocate Kelsey Royce. According to several sources, support staff have experienced unfair working conditions while being unappreciated and underpaid for years. In April of 2018, teachers inContinue reading “Unappreciated and Underpaid: The Support Staff of TPS”

McLain’s Struggle for Quality Education

The Progress and The Barriers by Contributing Writer Darryl Bright As white flight became prevalent on the far north side of Tulsa in 1968, there were 12 African-American students enrolled at McLain High school by year’s end. On July 30th, 1968, the United States Attorney General filed a complaint with the United States District CourtContinue reading “McLain’s Struggle for Quality Education”