The Arkansas Department of Education, McKinney-Vento program, will be hosting the annual Southern Region McKinney-Vento Conference April 28 to 30 at the Embassy Suites in Little Rock.
With low temperatures forecast to be in the teens overnight and roads expected to remain icy, Governor Mike Beebe has ordered State offices in the Little Rock Metropolitan Area to re-open at 12:00 p.m. on Tuesday, March 4, under the Inclement Weather Policy.
The National Math and Science Initiative Teacher Training (formerly known as Laying the Foundation) will be available at three Arkansas locations this summer.
The School-Based Health Alliance of Arkansas will host the School Health Spring Symposium from 8:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. April 16 at the UALR Cooperative Extension Service in Little Rock.
When Erin Hodges went to work this morning, she had no idea she would go home with a $25,000 check and the honor of being named one of the best teachers in the state.
The ADE Office of School Health Services is seeking bid requests for an Arkansas School Health Profiles Administrator/Coordinator.
Governor Mike Beebe has proposed a $10 million matching-grant program to help districts improve Internet connectivity.
Congratulations to six school districts, which received Act 56 Awards from the Arkansas Advisory Council for the Education of Gifted and Talented Children!
Arkansas students continue to make improvements on Advanced Placement exams.
Congratulations to Chrissy Hallwachs, a teacher at Cooper Elementary School in the Bentonville School District! Hallwachs was recently named the 2013 Arkansas History Teacher of the Year.
Learn more about the standards that define the knowledge and skills Arkansas students should have in order to be ready for college and careers.
Find critical information about renewing Arkansas educator licenses, adding areas of licensure, licensing by reciprocity from other states, background checks, National Board Certification assistance and more.