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.
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.
The first one is Feb. 17 at Jacksonville Community Center. The second is Feb. 19 at Bayou Meto Elementary. Both meetings begin at 6 p.m.
Not only will the students find themselves adjusting to brand new schools, but many of those teachers could be out of a job.
Governor Hutchinson fulfilled his campaign pledge Wednesday, announcing the formation of the Governor's Council on Common Core Review.
Donations of a full drum kit, bongos, congas, electric bass, electric guitar, amplifiers, cello, viola, violin, trombone, trumpet, and coronet make lending program possible.
Parents were asked to toss out things they wanted to see more of at a focus group put on by Forward Arkansas at the Little Rock School District administrative offices on Tuesday.
Arkansas moves from 12th to 10th highest in the nation in the percentage of eligible students participating in the National School Breakfast Program.
The Conway School District is making a big investment in their students future by the use of technology.
Students are free to select their own topics. Three writing categories include fiction, non-fiction, and poems. There will be four grade levels: 1-3, 4-6, 7-9, and 10-12
Organizers want to hear from anyone with a creative idea for a class.
It's the largest group of candidates that Little Rock Central High School has ever had.
Students that attend College Station Elementary are taking on challenges in the PCSSD Scholars Program.
A study is scheduled to begin in March and be completed by May 31 at a cost of $30,000.
A continuous improvement review team visited the school in the fall semester, and their recommendation was ratified by the Board of Directors of the Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business.
A Rison student can no longer wear his favorite hoodie because staff says it's against school policy.
Students learn lessons with technology at their fingertips.
They'll compete again in national finals this Spring in Washington, D.C.
Early Head Start accepts infants and toddlers age 6 weeks to 35 weeks and Head Start accepts children ages 3 and 4.
Dollarway students won hundreds of dollars as a result of accepting the challenge.
A state board director says the law calls for regulation of any facility that offers training.