Fallin' High ((TOP))
They say they wanted to show up for Light the Night to support others in the same fight and show friends and family that their support is helping. She may only be a high school freshman, but Chloe hopes her story helps to inspire others.
The "Fallin'" music video was directed by Josh Taft. It features De La Soul and Teenage Fanclub wandering the hallways and classrooms of a high school while children dressed as angels dance around during a school play.
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Up to 44% of emerging adult sexual and gender minorities are at especially high risk for alcohol use disorders compared to older adults. Studies have found that alcohol use increases HIV risk behaviors, and HIV disproportionately affects this group.
Oklahoma families have seen their income rise by 6.3% since January of 2011. That's 44% higher than the national average and second only to North Dakota, and by the way I'm not ready to concede bragging rights to North Dakota because they wouldn't be number one in the nation if it weren't for an Oklahoma company, another Oklahoma company, but in particular Continental Oil, who has helped lead the way in the energy revolution and they're working the Balkan shell. That's why North Dakota's number one and we're number two but I'm not going to concede to that.
For many, education is the best and the only way out of poverty. Our job as a state is to empower our students, our parents, our teachers to succeed in setting the bar high and challenging each other to succeed. And I believe every child can learn.
First, we need to continue to improve k-12 public school results. We know that we are graduating high school seniors who aren't ready to enter into the workforce or college, and that has to change in Oklahoma.
Second, we have to increase the number of Oklahomans who continue their education beyond high school, either by attending college or a career technology center. A high school diploma is no longer enough to reach the American dream.
For instance, too often we set children up for failure by sending them on to higher grades without the reading skills they need. But we have changed course, by requiring that third graders have to read before moving on to the fourth grade. Thank you for doing that.
In the 2010 legislative session, you voted to adopt new higher standards in English and math and these new Oklahoma standards will be fully implemented this year. The standards focus on critical thinking, the kind of skills our children need to get a job or to succeed in higher levels of education.
When I launched Complete College America with Oklahoma's higher education system and our career technology communities two years ago, we set a goal of increasing the number of career certificates and college degrees by 1,700 a year.
Well, we didn't just meet that goal. We vastly exceeded it, awarding over 2,900 new degrees and certificates in the first year of implementation. That's 2,900 more men and women on a path to pursue their dreams and enter into the workforce as teachers, as engineers, as civil servants or even as entrepreneurs. Thank you for your great work in that area. We appreciate higher ed and career technology and your dedication for providing a higher level of education attainment. Let's give them a round of applause.
In the coming days and weeks, I know what we're going to hear. Those who like bigger government and higher taxes will say the sky's falling. Entrenched interest groups and even possibly some agency heads may say the same thing. But guess what. It's not. 041b061a72