Johnny Key

Commissioner of Education

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Arkansas Civics Exam

ACT 478 of 2017 requires students seeking a high school diploma or high school equivalency diploma to pass the Arkansas Civics Exam with a score of 60% or better.  This requirement begins with the 2018-2019 school year.

U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services offers a copy of the questions in PDF form on their website.

Informational Video

The following video contains important information for schools and districts about the Arkansas Civics Exam.

Policy Document

This document provides information about test administration, format, requirements, and more.

Accessing the Arkansas Civics Exam Portal

The Arkansas Civics Exam Portal provides access to the online exam, and includes information about submitting rosters, transfer students, and FAQs for students and teachers.

How to Submit Roster Information

Each district will assign a Civics Exam Coordinator for each 9-12 building where the exam will be administered.  Once identified by the district, the coordinator will receive information on how to register students in the online system.

Training and Support from Team Digital

For training and support regarding the online system, please contact Team Digital:

For teacher training
teachertraining@teamdigital.org
(501) 428-1361

For system support
systemsupport@teamdigital.org
(870) 367-4866

State Standards

Learn more about the standards that define the knowledge and skills Arkansas students should have in order to be ready for college and careers.

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Licensure & Certification

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ESEA Flexibility

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