OKLAHOMA CITY (AP) — Oklahoma Gov. Mary Fallin is heading to Boston to deliver the keynote address at Harvard University's conference on education and workforce development.
Fallin will be among the speakers Monday during the conference titled "Creating Pathways to Prosperity."
The governor says she plans to focus on recent education reforms in Oklahoma and the strength of the state's career and technology centers.
The Creating Pathways to Prosperity conference features national business, government and education leaders.
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