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AMERICAN INDIAN-CHARTER SCHOOL

OKLAHOMA CITY — Oklahoma education officials have approved a proposed charter school with a core mission of serving indigenous students. The Oklahoman reports that the Thursday approval by the state Board of Education comes just months after the Oklahoma City Public Schools board denied the application over questions regarding budget and leadership. UPCOMING: 250 words.

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OKLAHOMA-TEACHER CERTIFICATIONS — The Oklahoma Board of Education has approved a record number of emergency certificates for non-traditionally trained teachers.

WRONG WAY CRASH — An Edmond man has been sentenced to life in prison for the death of a 6-year-old boy in a wrong way collision in 2015.

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OKLAHOMA ST-QUARTERBACKS

STILLWATER, Okla. — Oklahoma State's Taylor Cornelius is inching closer to his first start as quarterback next Thursday against Missouri State. Cornelius replaces Mason Rudolph, the longtime starter who now is with the Pittsburgh Steelers. He held off Dru Brown and Spencer Sanders to earn the job. By Cliff Brunt. AP Photos.

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