They believe digital games can be motivators for learning, and want to expand the idea with teachers and game developers.
The first stop on a "listening tour" was Thursday in Little Rock.
The district says it will no longer pay for afterschool transportation but the club's board of directors is already dedicated to finding a solution.
The Pine Bluff School Board approved laying off 68 employees across the district, and the employees found out they were losing their jobs, not by notification from the district but an article in the newspaper.
Arkansas Department of Education made the announcement Tuesday morning.
Since the last two millage elections did not pass, district officials say they had to come up with ways to cut spending.
She's building relationships with students by organizing other activities that benefit them.
Parents are voicing concerns after finding out the elementary school their children attend may be closing.
Dr. Robin Bowen took office last summer. She is the first female president of a public, four-year university in Arkansas.
Greg Chance's death is second loss in recent weeks for Arkansas State University's Department of Media.
The impacted campuses are Baseline and Rockefeller.
Tour will make stops in Little Rock, El Dorado, Texarkana, Bentonville, Jonesboro, Hot Springs, Batesville, Pine Bluff and Fort Smith.
Bryant School District will be making cuts to the budget, which could include the closing of Paron Elementary School.
Frédéric Callens, of Paris, came to Arkansas as part of a study on civil rights.
Some local students are learning lessons in filmmaking.
The meeting kicks off the college's first Diversity Week April 13-17.
The former high school football coach was officially fired after a nine-hour hearing and unanimous vote.
The Pine Bluff School Board of Directors fired Superintendent Linda Watson at a special Board meeting Wednesday night.
A former NFL player who graduated from Parkview High School knew all too well what it was like to have someone sow seeds of motivation into his life.
The action amounts to a savings of $3.5 million for the school district.
James Boyd Minor, 74, of Benton, accused of scaring students with box cutter.
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.