Oklahoma faces a $1.3 billion budget shortfall for the current fiscal year, which resulted in a nearly $110 million budget cut for public education through June.
September marks Childhood Cancer Awareness Month. We hope our readers will honor the occasion by participating in one of these local events.
It can sometimes seem nearly impossible to parent effectively, care for the family home and meet work expectations, let alone find time for self-care.
MetroFamily is searching for local kids with big smiles and bright personalities to grace our 2017 covers and you'll have a chance to enter your child or children at our upcoming event.
Public charter school choices increase across the country every day, allowing parents and students the opportunity to find a program that will fulfill the academic needs of their family.
We're looking for Oklahoma City area kids with lots of personality to help us review local businesses.
Extracurricular activities like sports or creative arts provide opportunities for fun, friendship and skill-building.
Although it can sometimes seem impossible to stay connected during the transition back to school, we want to encourage you to incorporate these four essential tips this school year.
Choosing the right education for your children is an incredibly difficult task and it is even more of a burden when you feel you can’t afford the option that may be best for your child.
When Marketia Sykes opened Twist & Shout Training Center 20 years ago, she had no idea it would blossom into four gyms teaching tumbling and teamwork to hundreds of Oklahoma girls.