- Charter school's funding is focus of May hearing
- > Apr 27, 6:03 AM: The future of Rockbridge Montessori Public Charter School in Little Rock, in jeopardy of not having sufficient funds to complete this school year, will be the subject of a hearing May 16 before the state's Charter
- Belief in equal education falls in LR, survey shows
- > Apr 25, 7:17 AM: The results of a recent University of Arkansas at Little Rock survey on race, ethnicity and education show that a majority of black respondents who live in Little Rock -- 58 percent -- don't believe all children have an
- Charter school director considering run for Little Rock board seat
- Apr 19, 6:14 AM: Tatum said in a news release that she wants to run to support education, launch community initiatives and partner with entities to provide resources to communities.
- 2nd LR charter looks at using Garland school
- > Apr 19, 5:21 AM: A recent decision by one charter school organization to terminate its plan to open a campus at the former Garland School in the Little Rock School District has prompted another charter school operator to pursue the use of
- Charter operator calls to end Little Rock work
- Apr 11, 4:37 AM: A New Orleans news organization is reporting that the board of directors for Einstein Charter Schools has authorized its new interim chief executive officer to end its plans to expand into Arkansas.
- Walton effort to offer charter school loans
- Apr 9, 6:24 AM: Operators of open-enrollment charter schools in Arkansas and across the country are getting easier, more affordable access to loans to buy or build school buildings.
- High school starts virtual internship program
- Apr 6, 6:47 AM: An internship is part of the curriculum for juniors at Cross County High School, but not every industry is represented in the rural community.
- House candidates speak on charter schools
- > Mar 22, 5:34 AM: Both candidates for the state House District 86 race expressed misgivings about charter schools as currently authorized by the state. Nicole Clowney and Mark Kinion are running as Democrats for the House seat being vacated
- Democratic candidate for governor calls bill 'backdoor school voucher program'
- > Mar 16, 5:34 AM: The Democratic challenger against Republican Asa Hutchinson for governor of Arkansas has called a bill that allows 529 college savings funds to be withdrawn for K-12 tuition a "backdoor school voucher program."
- Bills to expand use of 529 plans handily advance
- > Mar 15, 5:48 AM: The Arkansas Senate and House of Representatives on Wednesday handily approved bills that would extend tax breaks for 529 college savings plans to money used for tuition at private elementary and secondary schools.
- LISA Academy gets OK to expand in Sherwood
- > Mar 9, 6:44 AM: The LISA Academy charter school system received final state approval Thursday on its plan to build a secondary school campus in Sherwood and increase its enrollment cap for all of its campuses by 600 to a total of 2,700.
- School of Innovation gives students more flexibility
- > Mar 9, 6:25 AM: The Newport School District is sharing success stories from a new method of education that they began in the fall of 2016. It’s called the School of Innovation. The program gives students more freedom to work at their own
- School voucher plan dropped from treasurer's budget
- Mar 9, 5:33 AM: The House today called it quits temporarily on attempting to provide a tax subsidy to K-12 private schools in the current budget session, which should end tomorrow.
- 9 groups file to run schools
- > Mar 8, 7:20 AM: Nine organizations have notified the Arkansas Department of Education of their plans to apply to establish open-enrollment charter schools in 2019-20 in locations that include Pulaski and Jefferson counties.
- State lists properties for charter-school dibs
- > Mar 1, 7:26 AM: More than 200 buildings and pieces of property owned by 76 school districts — including the Little Rock, North Little Rock and Pulaski County Special districts — have been identified by the state for the first time as
- Panel vote advances proposal on tuition
- > Feb 23, 7:27 AM: The Legislature's Joint Budget Committee voted Thursday to advance a proposal that would allow taxpayers with 529 college savings plans to use withdrawals for tuition at a public, private or religious elementary or
- Innovation designation proposed for Jasper High School
- > Feb 23, 6:46 AM: Students, teachers and administrators agree that the flex scheduling initiative began last fall has been successful. The policy allows students to pace their own learning, provides time for students needing one on one
- 4 districts appeal school-choice exemption denials
- > Feb 20, 7:39 AM: Four districts that sought 2018-19 school year exemptions from participating in Public School Choice Act student transfers across district lines have been denied or partially denied by the Arkansas Department of
- 4 districts appeal school-choice exemption denials
- > Feb 20, 5:45 AM: Four districts that sought 2018-19 school year exemptions from participating in Public School Choice Act student transfers across district lines have been denied or partially denied by the Arkansas Department of
- State panel backs central Arkansas charter school's plans for new campus
- > Feb 19, 8:26 AM: A proposal by LISA Academy Public Charter Schools to add a secondary-school campus in Sherwood and increase its enrollment cap for all of its schools by 600 students to 2,700 won unanimous approval Thursday from the
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