Arkansas board rejects changing standardized test provider - Education Week

Arkansas board rejects changing standardized test provider - Education Week

Arkansas changing provider of standardized tests - Education Week

Arkansas panel concludes testimony on education policies - Education Week

Requirements Eased in Ark. for State Schools Chief - Education Week

Arkansas Gov. Asa Hutchinson plans to sign a bill to ease the requirements for state education commissioner so that a former state senator can take the job.

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Federal Home-Visit Program Faces Renewal Deadline - Education Week

A program that pays for nurses and trained workers to make home visits, intended to change the health and educational trajectories of some of the most vulnerable families, will sunset in March unless Congress acts.

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Pacts End Federal Case on Teacher Testing - Education Week

Four people involved in a teacher-certification-test fraud scheme agreed to stop teaching.

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Tornado Destroys School Set to Open in the Fall - Education Week

A tornado violently ripped through Arkansas last week, killing at least 14 people and destroying much of Vilonia, a small town about 30 miles north of Little Rock. Damage in Vilonia, also the site of a 2011 tornado, included a newly constructed, $12 million intermediate school set to open in the fall.

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State Lawmakers Aim to Rejigger Local School Board Elections - Education Week

Legislators in some states say that putting school board elections on the same calendar as other local races could boost often-anemic turnout.

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Desegregation Payments to End for Little Rock Schools - Education Week

A federal judge has approved a settlement to allow Arkansas to phase out millions of dollars in school desegregation aid to three Little Rock-area districts.

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Arkansas officials revise broadband plans for schools - Education Week

Arkansas governor tells agency to drop test provider - Education Week

New Little Rock superintendent discusses plans for district - Education Week

Gov. Hutchinson names 3 to Arkansas Board of Education - Education Week

Butler Center, Crystal Bridges team on education project - Education Week

Arkansas Education Board approves change in test - Education Week

Ex-teacher pleads guilty to sex assault of minor in Arkansas - Education Week

7 school districts trying law offering charter-like waivers - Education Week

Meeting over Arkansas school mascot, fight song prompts suit - Education Week

Griffin: Changes needed to Common Core standards - Education Week

5 organizations seeking to open charter schools in Arkansas - Education Week

Program announced for children exposed to crime in Arkansas - Education Week

Arkansas awarded US Department of Education grant - Education Week

Arkansas lawmakers promote schools with resolution - Education Week

Arkansas town seeks creation of K-12 agriculture academy - Education Week

Arkansas governor: Look at revising, renaming Common Core - Education Week

Little Rock charter school reveals plans for new high school - Education Week

ADE gets $5M grant to create resources to help students - Education Week

Former Little Rock school board member running for US House - Education Week

Appeals panel sides with Arkansas school district - Education Week

46 Arkansas schools identified for low performance on tests - Education Week

Timeline, process to review Arkansas education standards set - Education Week

Education board accepts Forward Arkansas recommendations - Education Week

Arkansas students to take international assessment - Education Week

Arkansas sees progress in Advanced Placement testing - Education Week

Judge approves school district plan covering desegregation - Education Week

Arkansas Supreme Court says state immune from lawsuit - Education Week

Youth-Concussion Law Passes in Arkansas - Education Week

Arkansas has become the 44th state to have a youth-concussion law.

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State of the States: Alaska, Ark., Colo., Del., Idaho, Iowa, Kan., Mich., Nev., N.D., Ore., S.C., S.D., Wash. - Education Week

Here are summaries of recent annual addresses by governors around the country. In this roundup: Alaska, Arkansas, Colorado, Delaware, Idaho, Iowa, Kansas, Michigan, Nevada, North Dakota, Oregon, South Carolina, South Dakota, and Washington.

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