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         Arkansas Education General:     more books (100)
  1. General education in the colleges of Arkansas by Hoyt Trowbridge, 1958
  2. The History of Legal Education in the United States: Commentaries And Primary Sources 2-volume set by Steve Sheppard, William Enfield Professor of Law, et all 2007-04-02
  3. The Free Common Schools Of Arkansas: An Act To Maintain A System Of Free Common Schools For The State Of Arkansas (1881) by Arkansas Department Of Education, 2010-05-23
  4. A History of Southland College: The Society of Friends and Black Education in Arkansas by Thomas Kennedy, 2009-11-01
  5. History of public school education in Arkansas, 1900-1918 by William Oscar. [from old catalog Wilson, 2010-06-24
  6. History Of Education In Arkansas (1900) by Josiah Hazen Shinn, 2010-09-10
  7. An Arkansas History for Young People, Fourth Edition by Shay E. Hopper, T. Harri Baker, et all 2008-01-01
  8. One Room Schoolhouses of Arkansas As Seen Through a Pinhole by Thomas Harding, 1993-04
  9. Arkansas Education in Perspective 2003-2004 by Kathleen O'Leary Morgan, 2003-09
  10. Arkansas Education in Perspective 2008-09
  11. Digest of Laws Relating to Free Schools in the State of Arkansas by Arkansas, 2010-01-10
  12. The Free Common Schools Of Arkansas: An Act To Maintain A System Of Free Common Schools For The State Of Arkansas (1881) by Arkansas Department Of Education, 2010-09-10
  13. The Free Common Schools Of Arkansas: An Act To Maintain A System Of Free Common Schools For The State Of Arkansas (1881) by Arkansas Department Of Education, 2010-09-10
  14. The Degree of Progressivism Among Arkansas Public School Superintendents by Ann E. Witcher, 1996-03-19

1. Arkansas Education Association
Non-profit organization offering teachers and public school employees legal advice, counsel references, benefits, materials, training, and legislative representation.

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The Human and Civil Rights Award Reception was held Friday evening, as the RA opened, to honor Dr. W. Andranette Anderson, recipient of the 2010 Educator Award. Professional Development Conference Addresses Crucial Education Issues
The tang of a crisp fall day added to the excitement as AEA's 2010 Professional Development Conference got underway Thursday morning, Nov. 4. Teachers from across the state came into downtown Little Rock to devote two days to learning more about how to better serve the children they teach. "There were many high-quality professional development offerings at the conference, which is what teachers have come to expect from us, since AEA has been about professional development for 142 years," said President Donna Morey. Presenters
Representative Assembly 2010

Dennis Van Roekel, president of the National Education Association (NEA), was the keynote speaker during AEA's Representative Assembly on Saturday, Nov. 6 at the Little Rock Hilton Metro. Speaking on "Engaging Leaders from the Local to the National," Van Roekel focused on the reauthorization of the Elementary and Secondary Education Act (ESEA), and the need for education professionals to commit beyond their local level if they want to see much needed changes in ESEA at the national level.

2. ARKnet Home Page
Provides network access to educational institutions across Arkansas. Meeting information and member directory.
ARKnet is a consortium of higher education institutions, public libraries, and some state agencies in the state of Arkansas initially formed to bring the Internet to its members and for other common purposes.
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3. UALR - Institute For Economic Advancement
The UALR Institute for Economic Advancement is dedicated to promoting the economic development of Arkansas.
A Message of Welcome
News and Events
From the Arkansas Economist Blog: Arkansas Taxable Sales Up 0.9% in the Third Quarter
The 2010 UALR Economic Forecast Conference:
Assessing the State of the Economic Recovery
Wednesday, November 10, 2010
9:30 AM - 1:30 PM
Doubletree Hotel
Little Rock, AR
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IEA Leadership Institute
Leadership Forum:
Economic Development Marketing and Site Selection Partnership with the OU Economic Development Institute
October 11 - December 6
Pre-registration required
From the Arkansas Economist Blog:
Arkansas Taxable Sales up 4% in the Second Quarter
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Advancing Arkansas - Spring 2010 Issue now available
Arkansas Taxable Sales up 2.4% in the First Quarter
Read details at or click here to download the press release
Updated county level population estimates are now available:
News from the Arkansas Economist Blog- Interviews with IEA's Economic Forecaster, Michael Pakko

4. Arkansas Student Loan Authority - Higher Education Resources For Arkansas Reside
Provides information for current and prospective students concerning loans, scholarships, and outreach services.
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5. Arkansas Governor S School
Highlights the six-week summer residential program for gifted and talented students who are upcoming seniors in Arkansas public and private high schools held at Hendrix University.
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2011 AGS
June 12 - July 9 The 2011 student nomination is now available for downloading.
The Arkansas Governor's School is an exciting educational experience for Arkansas’ gifted and talented high school seniors.  The four week residential program is funded by the State of Arkansas, and was held this year on the beautiful campus of Hendrix College in Conway.
Look around our website for links to information about the program, and feel free to  email us  with any questions or comments you might have.
AGS Official Facebook Group
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Arkansas Governor's School
Hendrix College
1600 Washington Avenue
Conway, Arkansas 72032

6. Arkansas Literacy Councils
A nonprofit agency focusing on strengthening learning efforts across Arkansas. Works to coordinate, promote, establish and conduct programs to enable Arkansans to become fully participating citizens of the state.

Council Downloads Page
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Arkansas Literacy Councils
525 West Capitol Avenue
Little Rock, AR 72201 Phone:
The mission of Arkansas Literacy Councils is to "Empower Arkansas Through Literacy". Purpose: Arkansas Literacy Councils (ALC) is organized exclusively for charitable and educational purposes within the meaning of Section 501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code.  Contributions may be made to ALC, Inc., for its exclusive use and benefit. History:   ALC was incorporated in 1971 as a state organization to provide structure to a network of local literacy councils.  These councils recruit and train volunteers to tutor adults who either need help with basic reading, writing, and math skills – or who want to learn English as a Second Language.  Services are free. Definition of Literacy: The National Literacy Act (Public Law 102-73, July 25, 1991) defines literacy as an individual’s ability to read, write, and speak English, and compute and solve problems at levels of proficiency necessary to function on the job and in society, to achieve one’s goals, and develop one’s knowledge and potential. Statistics: For the fiscal year ending June 30, 2009:

7. Lutheran
Christ-centered academic program highlights, calendar, athletics and contacts for private educational facility. Located in Fort Smith.
Home Founded in 1853 Welcome to First Lutheran School where Christ is At The Center Of All We Do! This is not just a saying to us at First Lutheran, but an educational lifestyle. We believe that Christ comes first in everything at our school. First Lutheran is a school where students have the opportunity to grow spiritually, academically, socially, emotionally, and physically. Please take the opportunity to browse our site and see what a quality Christ-centered education can do for your children. We welcome you to be a part of our family at First Lutheran.
Providing Outstanding Education for Pre-K 2.5 - 6th Grade for over 150 years! Greetings in Christ! minds, modeling good citizenship, and inspiring students to take initiative. I am grateful for every opportunity that FLS gave me to learn about art, history, politics, and about the power that each one of us has to change the world.
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8. The Montessori School Of Fort Smith
Presents overview, history, programs, FAQ, admissions information, and location map.
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The Montessori School of Fort Smith * 3908 Jenny Lind Road * Fort Smith, AR 72901 * (479) 646 - 7225

9. Saint Boniface Catholic School And Pre-K : Private Elementary School In Fort Smi
Features history of the school, student handbook, admission and tuition, calendars, uniform policy and a message from the principal. Located in Fort Smith.

10. Index
Serves students in grades 7-9. Includes registration details, academics, student activities and upcoming events. Located in Fort Smith.
Home Admissions Academics Student Life Supporters Mission Statement Trinity Junior High School values each student as a unique gift from God. Our mission is to prepare young men and women to build futures dedicated to service, morality and justice while recognizing the necessity of Christian faith as the foundation of a meaningful life. Information Principal's News Monthly Calendar Athletic Schedules Trinity Junior High School CHRIST
is the reason for this school.
He is the unseen
but ever present teacher in its classes.
He is the model of its faculty
and the inspiration of its students. Trinity Junior High School
1205 South Albert Pike
Fort Smith, Arkansas 72903
479.782.2451 Fax 479.782.7263 Chandler Doss, Principal

11. Union Christian Academy
Dedicated to Christ-centered education. Includes information about admissions, academics, athletics, news, and parent resources. Located in Fort Smith.
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Thank you for your interest in Union Christian Academy. We welcome the opportunity to become a partner with you in building a solid foundation in the life of your student - spiritually, intellectually, emotionally, and socially.

12. The Anthony School
Independent school with information on student activities, class projects, faculty, and enrollment assistance for preschool to 8th grade classes. Located in Little Rock.

13. Arkansas Baptist School System
Christian school serving grades K-12. Includes school profile, information about the curriculum, staff, school board members, tuition and fees, employment opportunities, calendar, and FAQ. Located in Little Rock.

14. Central Arkansas Christian Schools
Private school organized by members of the Churches of Christ serving the Little Rock, Arkansas area. Offers academic education in a Christian environment for students grades pre-K through 12. Accredited by NCACS.
Admissions Calendar Mustang Athletics Insights Magazine ... Click Here For More Info Mustang Missions Supports School in Haiti CAC and Mustang Missions have partnered with Manna Global Ministries to adopt their mission-run school in Lagosette, Haiti. Click Here for More Info Yearbook Photo Submissions Since our photographers can't be everywhere, submit your photos of CAC events to help us out! Click Here to find out more (PDF) See You At The Pole On Wednesday, Sept. 22, CAC students and faculty participated in the nationwide prayer event, See You At The Pole. Click Here for Photos ENROLLMENT Open enrollment for new students is currently underway. Parents - Automated Notification System Sign Up Here.
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North Little Rock, AR 72113
Pleasant Valley Campus - (501) 227-4963
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15. Pulaski Academy
Admissions and curriculum information for independent facility for preschool-12th grade students. Scholarship information, faculty profiles, and student activities are provided. Located in Little Rock.

16. Trinity Christian School - Home
PreK-12. Affiliated with Trinity Baptist Church. Registration information and school handbook, calendar, athletics, and school events. Located in Texarkana.

17. Fayetteville Christian Schools :: On Wings As Eagles
Serves grades pre-kindergarten through 12. History, philosophy, staff and events.
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30 Years of Service and Counting!!!
About Us Since 1978, Fayetteville Christian School (FCS) of Fayetteville, Arkansas, has used the traditional classroom format to teach K3 through 12th grades.
We use the A Beka Curriculum, supplemented with textbooks from Bob Jones University Press and other sources. Our curriculum, a combination of sound academic standards and Biblical truth, is designed for the average student. Our Jr-Sr High program is accredited by the Arkansas Nonpublic School Accrediting Association.
A unique feature of FCS is our volunteer faculty and staff. Since the school began, it has operated on a volunteer basis. Our qualified faculty-staff volunteer their time feeling led by the Lord to provide a Christian education. This volunteerism makes FCS affordable to more people.
FCS is a ministry of the Mission Blvd. Baptist Church. Although we are privileged to minister to people of many faiths and we respect the right of others to hold different beliefs, we do teach the Bible from the historic Baptist perspective.
FCS desires to minister to as many students as possible. We accept any student who is willing and able to receive a Christian education and who is willing to conform to the academic and behavior standards of the school both at school and elsewhere. FCS admits students of any race, color, national or ethnic origin to all the rights, privileges, programs, and activities generally accorded or made available to students at school. We do not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national or ethnic origin in the administration of our educational policies, admissions policies, scholarship and loan programs, and athletic or other school-administered programs.

18. Shiloh Christian School
Educating students in pre-kindergarten through twelfth grade. Includes admissions, academics, arts, athletics, information for parents, and alumni page. Located in Springdale.

19. Conway Christian School | Conway, Arkansas
Preschool through high school information and events. Lists of faculty and classes available through this Arkansas Baptist school system.

20. WMCS.....Accredited, Affordable & Accountable
Information on the academic programs, staff, and activities of the facility. Contact information provided.
1101 N. Missouri Street * West Memphis, AR 72301 * 870.400.4000 (P) * 870.400.4001 (F) IMPORTANT INFO: WMCS Announcements 2010-2011 Basketball Schedule WMCSBlog C ... WMCS Athletics Website "....and Jesus grew in wisdom and stature, and in favor with God and man." Luke 2:52 For over 30 years, WMCS has provided students with a quality Christian education. This education has helped prepare students to succeed in college and in life. We are strategically located in West Memphis, Arkansas, which allows us to serve students in Northeast Arkansas, Shelby County TN and Northwest Mississippi. Our goal is a quality biblically based education that focuses on the whole child. We also offer extracurricular activities to help our students grow and become well-rounded. Whether you are a current student, prospective student, parent or alumnus, we invite you to visit this website often. We are certain that the more you know about WMCS, the more you will grow to love and understand our focus. If you are looking for a quality education with a Biblical World View, then look no further................WE ARE WMCS.

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