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Paxton Cavin – Elementary Art Teacher, OKC Public Schools

cavin-img_4603-squareEpisode 47 – In her third year teaching Art at Martin Luther King, Jr. Elementary in Oklahoma City Public Schools, Paxton is starting to see the value of longevity and continuity in teaching. We talk about that and about the things students learn from art beyond the mechanics of pencil to paper.

Judith Huerta – Hispanic Community Advocate

Judith Huerta -3-sqEpisode 17

It takes unique people to connect two cultures with two languages. Judith Huerta is such a person.

She does that working for Oklahoma City Public Schools and volunteering for several advocacy organizations in OKC and nation-wide.

In this episode we hear about Judith’s most important decision that brought her to a life of advocacy and activism.

Tierney Tinnin – Advocate for Oklahoma City Public Schools

Tierney Tinnin photo providedEpisode 9

I first met Tierney Tinnin when I started covering the OKCPS Board of Education beat for Red Dirt Report.

Even though I knew her TV news work from living in the OKC market most of my life, I had never actually met her in person or had an opportunity to watch her work as a public relations professional in the role of Director of Media Relations for the district. Continue reading Tierney Tinnin – Advocate for Oklahoma City Public Schools