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Youth Involvement in Evaluation & Research

This brief draws on information collected from focus group interviews with representatives of 14 programs that are involving youth in their evaluation and research efforts. It examines the elements of successful youth involved research projects and offers short profiles...

Paycheck$ and Politics Newsletter: Issue 8

In May, Pulaski County Chancellor Collins Kilgore issued a long-anticipated decision in the Lake View school-funding case (Lake View School District v. Huckabee). In his decision, Judge Kilgore ruled that the state’s current school-funding formula is unfair to poorer...

Paycheck$ and Politics Newsletter: Issue 7

In May, Pulaski County Chancellor Collins Kilgore issued a long-anticipated decision in the Lake View School funding case. As expected, Judge Kilgore’s decision held that the state’s current school funding formula is unfair to poorer school districts and provides...

Paycheck$ and Politics Newsletter: Issue 5

Included in this newsletter: Access to quality child care must be part of the continuum of lifelong learning opportunities available to Arkansans of all ages. The cost of child care comprises 18%-24% of the basic daily living needs facing...

Special Report: Uninsured Children in Arkansas

Investing in the health of our children is a necessary investment in our future. Regular access to health care supports healthy growth and development in numerous ways. Children are more likely to maintain a schedule of immunizations; developmental delays...

Medicaid In Arkansas Bulletin (March 1999)

Medicaid is America’s public financing program for providing health and long-term care coverage to low-income and disabled people.  The program covers over 40 million nationwide and over 415,000 in Arkansas. Learn more about Medicaid in Arkansas by downloading this...