Thursday, October 1, 2020

Civics

NonDoc covers the civic realm across Oklahoma, examines national international policy issues, and publishes commentary on these topics from diverse voices. As a site category, "Civics" includes the subcategories Education, Health Care and Politics, which are used when applicable.

Civics

Civics
NonDoc covers the civic realm across Oklahoma, examines national international policy issues, and publishes commentary on these topics from diverse voices. As a site category, "Civics" includes the subcategories Education, Health Care and Politics, which are used when applicable.
number sense

‘Number sense’ needed in math education

It used to be almost cliché that when I met people, at a party or on an airplane, and told them I was a...
Clint Williams

Q&A: Clint Williams — Director of Mary Abbot Children’s House and...

Clint Williams is the executive director of the Mary Abbott Children's House in Norman, and he also represents Ward 2 on the Norman City...
binkowski

Q&A: Susan Binkowski — ‘The bigger the world gets, the smaller...

Oklahoma-owned-and-operated Buy For Less boasts more than a dozen locations in the OKC metro. The company also runs several Super Mercado and Uptown Grocery Company locations....
Oklahoma public meetings

Oklahoma public meetings in September

(Editor's Note: Here, from our NonDoc base in Oklahoma's capital city, we want people to remember that The Oklahoma Open Meeting Act ensures access to Oklahoma public...
Boomers and Sooners

Better to be Okies than Boomers and Sooners

The term “Okie” is the presumed pejorative with which Oklahomans have been coping in one way or another since 1939 when John Steinbeck publicized...
Oklahoma casinos

Comprehensive list of Oklahoma casinos released

The state of Oklahoma is home to so many electronic gaming casinos that, as of early November, a comprehensive list of the gambling establishments did...
labor

Our series on ‘labor’ starts Tuesday

This may be a difficult way to say, "Happy Labor Day" and introduce an upcoming series of content, but here goes. When Oklahoma Labor Commissioner...
Right To Work

Right To Work 14 years later: ‘It was an incredible campaign’

Across the nation, state legislatures and electorates are still debating one of the biggest issues in organized labor: Should private-sector unions be allowed to...
pill

Health official: ‘We are a pill-popping nation’

NORMAN — More people die of prescription drug abuse annually in Oklahoma than die in motor-vehicle crashes, according to a 2015 report by the...
9/11s

Our 9/11s, the personal and detached

The murder of TV journalists on a live broadcast. A white supremacist gunning down African American church-goers in South Carolina. The heartbreaking image of...

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