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.
Teachers find a way to use the popular series to teach valuable lessons.
Cites four grandchildren as "main reasons for making this difficult decision."
MSCC serves 2,000 students in Crittenden County and the surrounding area of the Delta.
Mid-South Community College, ASU boards approve merger.
Applicants include Trey Berry, Ph.D., Phillip Marc Wilson, Ed.D., and Cornelius Wooten, Ph.D.
Grant money will pay the $16 fee that is charged to the student.
Six schools, including three out of five high schools, are currently in academic distress.
Statewide effort urges Arkansans to get their high school diplomas.
State scores high for full-day programs, low in enrollment.
The district's superintendent says they won't be making any changes after getting word from the state that funding would be an issue.
Program coordinators say these students need more of a challenge in the classroom.
New classroom and homework tools for the Pulaski County Special School District.
Shane Broadway will serve the university as its Vice President for Governmental Relations.
Student scores make great strides on Arkansas Benchmark and End-of-Course Exams.
“The days of lecturing day after day and expecting students to learn the material that way are coming to a close,” says one professor.“Students need to get out there and do."
The honor goes to Rob Lindley of Har-Ber High School in Springdale.
Out of 60 seniors, 10 of them scored 30 or better on the ACT. Senior Jeffrey Tonti scored a perfect 36.
Experts in the STEM field told the governor-elect on Thursday that the state has about half a dozen qualified instructors to teach computer science to high school students.
The child said he was being picked on by other students at Brady Elementary in Little Rock.
When children with food insecurity eat better, the payoff is that they learn better.
Interviews conducted throughout this semester with students and alums.
Ceremony begins at 9 a.m. Saturday, Dec. 20 in Barnhill Arena.