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Praise and honor go to Ms. Wooten, who teaches 6th and 7th grade math at Dibble Middle School. She uses our Teacher Professional Development binder of resources to align instruction to the Oklahoma Academic Standards. Ms. Wooten’s students are making great progress so far this school year!

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Did You Know?

DYK BessColeman

In Oklahoma history, Bessie Coleman was just a freshman attending the Colored Agricultural and Normal University at Langston in the early 1900s. She went on to become the first black woman and the first Native American woman to receive an international pilot’s license. Read more in this sneak peek of our 6th grade ELA book! 

 Her Dreams Were in the Sky

In 1919, 27-year-old Bessie Coleman was doing nails in a Chicago barbershop. Born in Texas, she had saved up her money and moved to Oklahoma to attend what is now Langston University. She could only afford one semester so she went to live with family in Chicago and attended beauty school.

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Alpha Plus Online Formative Data

LeAnn Alpha Plus Online

LeAnn discusses with her educators how to access and use Alpha Plus Online software to determine formative data online (on the big screen) and how to download Standard Based Report Cards for each student (on laptop screen).

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Keota HS Data Wall


Pictured from December: Alpha Plus CEO Jan Barrick checking out Data Walls with Keota HS Principal Richard Reed.

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Did You Know?

DYK Debo

In Oklahoma history, teacher and scholar Angie Debo used her study of Native American history to innovate new research methods that are widely used today.

Angie Debo: Pioneer in Native American History

In January 1890, Angie Elbertha Debo was born in Kansas. At the age of nine, she and her family moved to Indian Territory. They settled in the small town of Marshall, about fifty miles north of what would become Oklahoma City.

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We Use Data to Help Schools on the Way to an A!

Teachers and administrators can quickly and easily identify students who need more help learning the Oklahoma Academic Standards.

Alpha Plus pinpoints the SPECIFIC OAS objectives or "gaps" students have from previous years, then helps school teams address each objective throughout the year.

That is why Alpha Plus schools have OUTPERFORMED the state average every year of the A-F Report Cards.