LITTLE ROCK, Ark. (KTHV) - The Arkansas A+ group hosted their national consortium Wednesday.
This is their second national meeting, and their goal is to spread information on the A+ school model.
"We meet quarterly as a consortium to really share what we do best and get ideas from each other, so we can totally improve every day," explained executive director Paul Leopoulos.
They hosted three other states as well including Louisiana, North Carolina and Oklahoma.
The A-Plus directors will finish up their meetings Thursday.
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