The program at Pulaski Tech offers fun summer learning for kids 11-18. Classes will be offered in visual arts, acting, singing, dance, video game design, digital media, digital photography, creative writing, team work, and leadership.
Through SAU’s Rankin College of Business’ Enactus organization, students raised money to purchase a complete desktop computer, a new playground for the children, and money towards a new ice machine for the Southern Christian Mission
Monday night, about 80 parents and citizens signed up to speak on a potential change to the district's personnel policy that would add protections for LGBT employees.
The program reaches out to potential students who need money to pay for higher education and those with lower test scores.
It was built in 1939 as the first stand-alone cafeteria on campus and is now one of eight buildings comprising UCA’s Historic District.
Local store partners with school district.
Students find a special way to say thank you.
Sojas Wagle attends Southwest Junior High School.
It's the first doctoral degree in the Russellville university's 106-year history.
Program will provide graduates with marketable skills in geographic information systems (GIS) while also providing methods of identifying, analyzing and solving problems utilized by geographers and anthropologists.
Dr. Rex Horne leaves the school after more than nine years at the helm.
Grant of $20.3 million is the second largest gift in the university's history.
There are many new things that will be implemented when the 2015-16 school year starts.
The hike for in state undergrads at Jonesboro campus, for example, will raise tuition from $2,880 to $3,000.
Former men’s basketball players Ronnie Brewer and Lee Mayberry along with WNBA draft pick and former women’s basketball player C’iera Ricketts are among the graduates this year.
Peter Reed is an only child raised by a single father who taught his son by a technique known as "unschooling." Reed says he was given a number of textbooks to dive into, and essentially taught himself. Up next for him after a year off from school, he'll begin an 8-year PhD program.
He kicked off the tour Wednesday in northwest Arkansas with stops in Fort Smith, Rogers and Springdale. His next stop takes him to Farmington High School on Friday and other schools next week.
The Conway School District says it regrets a bingo game played among teachers who marked spaces based on a student's appearance. Some believe the game was offensive. Several students were familiar with how it works.
He will make stops in Rogers, Springdale and Fort Smith Wednesday. There will also be stops in at least seven other cities this month.
More than 300 high schools across the state of Arkansas will have students who are headed to service academy's to continue their education or enroll in.
If Robyn Rowe can raise the money for her travel costs, she will join a team organized through International Medical Relief
The majority of the audience agreed that the testing brought in by Common Core is the major issue.
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.