AACF Statement on Medicaid Lawsuit

Following the filing of a federal lawsuit concerning the state’s new Medicaid work-reporting policy in Arkansas, Rich Huddleston, Executive Director of Arkansas Advocates for Children and Families, issued the following statement: Today, a lawsuit was filed in federal court...

Employment Opportunity: AACF Seeks Senior Policy Analyst

Arkansas Advocates for Children and Families, a nonprofit advocacy organization in Little Rock, seeks a full-time analyst to conduct analyses of state budget, taxes, and other economic/public policy issues impacting families. Position will work to promote social and economic...

AACF Co-Presents “The Raising of America” Documentary

One thing business leaders, philanthropists, parents, child advocates – and even Hollywood – can agree on: The critical importance of quality early childhood education to our nation’s future. At the Bentonville Film Festival on Friday night, Arkansas Advocates for...

Jonesboro Pre-K’s First Class is All Grown Up

Fourteen years ago, in August 2004, the Jonesboro, Arkansas, School District launched its first pre-K program. The Jonesboro Pre-K Center was licensed for 186 early learners and was housed in the newly renovated Jonesboro Administration Building on Flint Street....