The learning tools for students in the Pulaski County Special School District are part of its One to One iPad Initiative.
The Liaison Committee on Medical Education granted it after a four-day review that followed a rigorous two-year self-study process involving more than 100 faculty and staff members.
The zoo is unveiling new summer classes for kids to really get a chance to explore, get up close and learn about animals they love so much.
Captain Greg Rae of Mt. Ida, is the first person from the Arkansas Game and Fish Commission to attend the program.
The school is one of only 15 in the U.S. chosen as a finalist in the Samsung Solve for Tomorrow contest. Students designed a warning system to be used at Camp Albert Pike, the site of a flash flooding tragedy that killed 20 in 2010. Voting ends March 25.
The school has published an article on its Facebook page reminding parents that students do not have to take the PARCC exam.
The district missed seven days due to winter weather.
After hearing an outpouring of complaints about the PARCC test, Representative Mark Lowery, R-Maumelle, wanted to make this year the first and only the test would be given to Arkansas students.
Cedric Thornton of the Philadelphia Eagles will deliver free books to more than 800 students.
The measure now moves to the Arkansas Senate.
Students at J.A. Fair High School get a look at what comes after graduation.
The district missed five days from snow and ice in February and March.
They wore all black on Friday to show support for teachers they fear could lose their jobs.
Governor Asa Hutchinson announces those selected from among 700 applicants.
The finalist selected for the job will replace longtime UAM Chancellor Jack Lassiter, who retired on Dec. 31, 2014.
Proceeds benefit Dolly Parton's Imagination Library in Rogers.
"I think, too, obviously this is a historic moment and we really won';t see the full affect of it until another 10, 20 years from now."
Since geography hasn't been taught in Arkansas in nearly 10 years, one UCA professor says he wants to do something about that to help out teachers.
District officials want to hold a special election this year.
The Treasurer of State’s office through the GIFT Arkansas 529 Plan will be awarding a $529 GIFT Arkansas 529 account for one eligible individual in all 75 counties.
Early voting started Tuesday. The district estimates 300 new students will enroll each year for the next 10 years.
The school has added a Criminology and Criminal Justice Management degree.
Third through fifth grade students at Robinson Elementary researched an African American who was credited with creating or improving an invention.
There's a bill in the Arkansas Legislature that would allow schools to add hours to each day instead of extending the school year.
The money will help build a high-tech agricultural research building where researchers can create better, healthier and more efficient ways for growing crops, producing farm animals and food from them.
Seven named to panel.
Bolding's attorney says the letter is not appropriate under the Fair Teacher Dismissal Act.
Two of the largest districts in central Arkansas say the number of days they'll need to make is five.
Carman McBride is an Environmental and Spatial Technology (EAST) facilitator for grades three through five at Don R. Roberts Elementary School in the Little Rock School District.
Families across Arkansas spent Wednesday morning on standby as school districts decided if class would be cut again.