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Financial figures for the Arkansas Scholarship Lottery appear weaker than last, but officials say January through March could turn the program around.
A student in the Little Rock School District says a random act of kindness inspired her recent perfect score on the ACT college exam.
A $3 million gift from a University of Arkansas graduate will create an endowed position at the university's College of Engineering.
Officials with the University of Arkansas Community College at Hope want to break ground in early 2014 for a new educational building on the school's Texarkana campus.
The Arkansas attorney general's office has posted online information about the proposed settlement of a decades-long desegregation lawsuit involving schools in Pulaski County.
Little Rock public schools are currently in the process of implementing what's known as a "one-to-one" program
At this year's Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade, Arkansas' own young robotics stars will be leading the way.
Henderson State University's Board of Trustees approved a $33 million bond issue Thursday to build two new modern residential buildings on campus and purchase an existing apartment complex.
A federal judge has given preliminary approval for a proposed settlement of a decades-old desegregation case involving Little Rock-area schools.
University of Central Arkansas President Tom Courtway unveiling what the university is calling a comprehensive growth strategy which includes new mixed-use development along Donaghey Avenue.
Lawyers for three Little Rock-area school districts, the state of Arkansas and groups of patrons have filed formal court papers seeking an end to a 31-year-old desegregation lawsuit.
Today, the Certified Personnel Policies Committee chaired by Pam Fitzgiven, a classroom teacher at Oakbrooke Elementary School in Sherwood, agreed to a $1,250 one- time bonus for PCSSD employees.
The University of Central Arkansas today unveiled a comprehensive strategy aimed at positioning itself as a national leader in higher education. Tom Courtway detailed the plan in remarks at his formal investiture as president of the university. The ceremony was held at the Donald W. Reynolds Performance Hall.
The University of Arkansas at Little Rock says it has awarded more than $1.3 million in private scholarships in the current academic year.
The University of Arkansas at Little Rock has received a $70,000 gift for improvements at its library.
Many say the most gifted students in Little
Rock's public schools are "hitting the ceiling" when it comes to
getting the most out of their education.
Arkansas lawmakers are set to talk about certifying public school employees to carry guns.
Your child's education is one of the biggest expenses parents plan for and think about when they have children.
The Little Rock School District says it will support a planned settlement of a 30-year-old desegregation lawsuit that has resulted in the state's giving $1 billion to integrate schools in Pulaski County.
The Arkansas Legislative Council has approved a proposed settlement that would put an end to years of payments the state makes to boost desegregation efforts in three Little Rock-area school districts.
The Arkansas Legislative Council is scheduled to consider a proposed agreement that would put an end to years of payments the state makes to boost desegregation efforts in three Little Rock-area school districts.
The University of Arkansas plans to present honorary doctorates to a death penalty opponent and an internationally known ornithologist.
A settlement was decided at the Arkansas State Capitol Thursday afternoon regarding desegregation money for public schools.
A former orphanage in North Little Rock is getting revitalized as it transforms into an education center.
An interactive exhibit opened Saturday at the Statehouse Convention Center.
It happens in every school, at every grade level, in every classroom. There's no denying the presence of bullies and the effects they have on their peers.
Harvard University finance officials are pledging to manage costs better and pursue innovative revenue strategies after its deficit soared to $34 million in the most recent fiscal year, compared to a $7.9 million shortfall the previous year.
Award-winning author Joyce Carol Oates plans a visit to Fayetteville next spring to read from her work.
A teacher who was reportedly fired for marrying her long-time partner has been hired by another school to teach.
The Arkansas Education Association's Education Support Professionals (ESPs) of central Arkansas will host an anti-bullying fest to bring attention to the bullying crisis plaguing our public schools and communities.