Oklahoma City Public Schools got a new superintendent this year and the University of Oklahoma appointed a new president. Each of them talked about the challenges their systems face and how they plan to address them during the Greater Oklahoma City Chamberís annual State of the Schools event.
Existing businesses are central to the regionís economic health, significant not only in terms of employment, but also in community impact.
The Foundation for OKCPS encourages the community to get involved in schools.
TripAdvisor bestowed the honor signifying a top 25 museum in the U.S. based on travelers' experiences and reviews.
A delegation of more than 55 people traveled with the Greater Oklahoma City Chamber to learn about Sacramentoís best practices and how they might be a catalyst for growth in Oklahoma City.
More entrepreneurs choose to start their businesses earlier in Oklahoma City thanks to things like low cost of living, more networking opportunities, a large millennial workforce and a healthy business environment.
Entertainment and tourism continues to be one of Oklahoma City's fastest-growing economic sectors, and while there is much to celebrate around the visitor environment, life-long residents of OKC are finding new and exciting exhibits to see, music to hear and foods to eat daily across the city.
To help meet the needs of more people living in a growing urban environment, the City of Oklahoma City recently adopted bikewalkokc, OKCís first comprehensive bicycle and pedestrian master plan.