Projects reporter @TulsaWorld Media Company, examining key education topics and other local and state issues.

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Andrea Eger has worked at the Tulsa World in Tulsa, Okla., since 1999, primarily covering education since 2000 but also pitching along the way on everything from tornadoes and high-profile murder cases to leading a recent investigation into unnatural deaths in state-run nursing homes for veterans...

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@deborahgist Yes, if there is no “final disciplinary action,” we in the public would love to know where the gentleman in the viral video is working @TulsaSchools now.
@deborahgist As expert @Joey_Senat explained at beginning of exchange, records law sets MINIMUM requirements for gov't transparency. Under very same law, your predecessors @TulsaSchools interpreted those requirements in such a manner that allowed for greater transparency in these cases.
@deborahgist The interpretation of the law you are choosing to follow has changed. The consequence is Tulsans have less access to information about the employment status of public employees.
@deborahgist The law hasn't changed. The level of transparency of your district HAS and that is the issue being raised. Thank you for the insight about the source of the legal advice you are now following.
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Society of Professional Journalists Award

2002 - Investigative reporting by an individual
First place