If you’re an early childhood educator, you may now qualify for financial assistance for your own child care needs.
Every parent of a child with disabilities wants the best, most appropriate, environment for their student to thrive alongside their peers.
Even though other states have much higher costs, Arkansas families struggle just as much or more to find child care.
Every child in Arkansas deserve access to high-quality preschool programs.
Despite calls for amendments from both sides of the aisle and considerable opposition from public school supporters, Gov. Sanders’ Arkansas LEARNS bill passed the Senate Education Committee on Wednesday and the full Senate on Thursday. As an education policy...
There are components of this package that we may enthusiastically support, but “empowering” some Arkansas families should not come at the expense of others.
Arkansas's salaries are low compared to the rest of the country, and even when compared to states closer to home.
Educating the next generation of Arkansans is one of our greatest responsibilities.
On Thursday, the Arkansas Legislature passed SB2, and Gov. Hutchinson signed it into law. The new act will allow the Arkansas Department of Education to receive $50 million in general revenue funds to go toward school safety grants. And...
Arkansas should commit to serving at least all low-income preschoolers. The 2021 State of Preschool Yearbook, released by the National Institute for Early Education Research (NIEER) at the Rutgers Graduate School of Education, provides an in-depth look at state-funded...