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As a teacher for the past 22 years, I have done my best within the system to fight for our students and teachers – to fight for our community and our future. But it has not been enough. Today, Oklahoma has the worst-funded schools in the country.
Enough is enough.
It’s time for a change. That’s why I am running for Oklahoma State Senate to represent District 2 in 2022. As your state senator, I would make providing adequate funding for public education my top priority because it is the cornerstone of our communities. Not only does a strong education system lead to brighter futures for students, but it also serves as the foundation of strong economic development. Quality education can have a positive impact on so many of the other issues plaguing our state, such as poverty and healthcare.
I think the voters of Rogers and Mayes County want change and I would be honored to serve them. But I need your help. Please consider donating (online donations coming soon) or volunteering.
Together, we can inspire change.
A proven advocate for Oklahoma students and teachers, Jennifer Esau has been an educator at Claremore Public Schools for more than 20 years. She is currently a special education teacher at Will Rogers Junior High, and was previously at Claremont Elementary, and Westside Elementary.
Jennifer serves on the board of directors for Oklahoma Education Association (OEA) representing Northeast Oklahoma. She is currently President of Claremore Classroom Teachers Association (CCTA) and has served in leadership roles with the organization for the past 10 years. In this role, Esau works to negotiate teacher contracts and advocate for public education.
She holds a Bachelor of Science degree from The University of Tulsa, a Master’s degree in Special Education from OSU-Tulsa, and is Nationally Board Certified. She was honored as the Claremont Elementary School Teacher of the Year in 2006 and 2014.
Jennifer is a fourth-generation Rogers County resident and a native of Claremore where she lives today. She is married to Andrew and has two daughters, Claire and Isabelle, both in college.