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  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. AEA Legislative Update - AEA Arkansas Education Association, Arkansas' Teacher R
a copy of the Governor's Public education Reorganization Act in PDF format justclick the link below. Useful links to the arkansas general Assembly arkansas
History Why Join? Programs, Services
AEA-NEA Member Benefits
... U.S. DOE AEA Legislative Update School Reorganization Plan Comparisons
AEA has recently crafted a "Comparison of Legislation" concerning school district reorganization, as well as a list of "Frequently Asked Questions", and "Facts & Fiction" page, also concerning school district consolidation.
S enate Bill 758 (School Reorganization)
Click the link below to view the PDF version of Senate Bill 758.
Useful links to the Arkansas General Assembly
Arkansas General Assembly Web-site

Click this link to access the Arkansas General Assembly web-site for the names and duties of members of the General Assembly, e-mail links, Committee assignments and meetings, or to download copies of recently filed bills. NEA's Legislative Action Center
Click this link to access the NEA Legislative Action Center for an update on education issues being debated in Congress. You'll also be able to e-mail your Arkansas Congressmen and Senators with your own message or one that has been designed to address an education issue deemed highly important. AEA's Legislative Action Center
Click this link to access AEA's Legislative Action Center. From here you can follow the bills that AEA is pursuing in through our Legislative Alert postings.

2. DINA Jacksonville, Arkansas Education
org). All Rights Reserved. Last Modified Thursday, April 25, 2002 .http//

3. DINA Jacksonville, Arkansas Private Education System
Special education. Pathfinders, Inc. Last Modified Thursday, April 18, 2002.http//

4. Arkansas Department Of Education
revision committees suggested that the arkansas Department of education create some sample grade level Standards. general statements of what students are expected to know and be
HOME Curriculum

The Arkansas Language Arts Framework and the Arkansas Mathematics Framework are the first two documents to be completed as part of a planned and continuous revision cycle. The revised frameworks were written by Arkansas teachers, as were the original framework documents. Some changes through revision are noteworthy. For example, the Arkansas Language Arts Framework replaces the two older English Language Arts and Reading Frameworks. Also, the revised Language Arts Frameworks now has three strands, or essential categories, instead of four. Curriculum Framework Math Social Studies Physical Education
and Health
Fine Arts
Curriculum Frameworks by Grade In an effort to provide Arkansas educators with an easier-to-understand format for the curriculum frameworks and benchmarks, the documents linked below were developed. These documents

5. Arkansas Department Of Higher Education > Institutional Finance
the finances of public institutions of higher education in arkansas . The divisionprovides consultative and data services to the general public, legislative
The Institutional Finance division works with the finances of public institutions of higher education in Arkansas
College Savings Bond Revised August 22, 2001
Academic Affairs Financial Aid ...
2001 Legislation Tracking

6. $7.8 Million In Special Education General Supervision Enhancement Grants Awarded
of Special education Programs general Supervision Enhancement Alaska, Alaska Departmentof education Greg Maloney arkansas, arkansas Department of education Susan
October 5, 2001 Contact: Jim Bradshaw
$7.8 Million in Special Education General Supervision Enhancement Grants Awarded to 24 States, Territories and Outlying Areas
More than $7.8 million in grants have been awarded by the U.S. Department of Education to 24 states, territories and outlying areas for special education improvement efforts as part of a competitive process to help reform and improve services for children with disabilities. A total of 42 states, Puerto Rico and outlying territories competed for the awards, known as General Supervision Enhancement Grants. The grants are intended to complement and support the accountability system developed by the department’s Office of Special Education Programs by assisting states and lead agencies to develop and improve their infrastructure for holding states, districts and schools accountable for improving student achievement. "Accountability for improved performance rests at the heart of our efforts to improve American education," said U.S. Secretary of Education Rod Paige. "These awards will help move us toward assuring that our special education programs are offering quality educational services to all students with disabilities so that no child is left behind." Activities supported by the grants include:
  • developing data-driven, evidence-based state monitoring systems that focus on areas that have the greatest impact on better outcomes for children with disabilities;

7. General Surgeon In Arkansas - Physician Finder
WebMD Find-a-Physician allows you to search a national database of over 500 000 physicians in any one of 57 specialties for the purpose of finding a doctor who meets your needs. When you find a physician you may also look up his medical education

8. Search Results
.. arkansas Tech University 4 year school Location , Russellville, AR 72801MajorsEarly Childhood education,general Studies,Industrial Systems ..

9. Education Graduate Programs In Missouri, Arkansas, Nebraska, Kansas And Oklahoma
general education. (Including Curriculum and Instruction). Graduate Schools in Missouri, arkansas, Nebraska, Kansas and
(Including Curriculum and Instruction)
Graduate Schools in Missouri, Arkansas, Nebraska, Kansas and Oklahoma
Sponsoring Institutions:
Click here for information on becoming a sponsoring institution
General Listings:
Arkansas State University
Graduate School
Educational Administration
P.O. Box 60
State University, AR 72467O U.S.A.
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M.S.E.-Curriculum and Instruction; M.S.E.-Elementary Principalship; M.S.E.-Secondary Principalship Click here for details on how the Access Group can help you finance this program -> Arkansas Tech University School of Education Teaching, Learning and Leadership Tomlinson 104 Russellville, AR 72801-2222 United States Click to send E-mail to: International Students Click to send E-mail to: Phone: Fax: The Master of Education in Teaching, Learning, and Leadership will assist teachers in gaining National Board Certification. Degrees Offered: M.Ed. - Teaching, Learning, and Leadership Click here for details on how the Access Group can help you finance this program -> Avila University Education 11901 Wornall Road Kansas City, MO 64145 U.S.A.

10. Arkansas Department Of Education
1.01 These regulations shall be known as arkansas Department of EducationRegulations governing the distribution of general Facility Funding.
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Governing the Distribution of General Facility Funding 1.00 Regulatory Authority 1.01 These regulations shall be known as Arkansas Department of Education Regulations governing the distribution of General Facility Funding. 1.02 These regulations are enacted pursuant to the State Board of Education’s authority under Arkansas Code Annotated 6-11-105 (Repl. 1993) and 6-20-301 et seq. (Supp. 1995). 2.00 Purpose 2.01 It is the purpose of these regulations to provide the calculation for distribution of General Facility Funding.

11. AS - IS: Arkansas School Information Site
of education arkansas Website. School Directory general Information educational Indicators Statistical Trends Report Cards Classifieds.
Arkansas Fast Facts How To Use This Site Contact AS-IS
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Arkansas Fast Facts How To Use This Site Contact AS-IS
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12. General Information
general Information consists primarily of information that is not influenced by Data,This section contains historical data related to education in arkansas.
General Information consists primarily of information that is not influenced by the educational program but describes the environment in which the school or district operates. Archival-Historical Data This section contains historical data related to education in Arkansas. 2001-2002 Complete Annual Statistics Report This file is 2.7 MB and contains the ASR data for all districts. This is a downloadable PDF file which requires Adobe Acrobat Reader to view. 2001-2002 Rankings of Arkansas School Districts This file is 873 KB and contains the Rankings of Arkansas School Districts on Selected Items companion to the ASR
This is a downloadable PDF file which requires Adobe Acrobat Reader to view. 2002 Outstanding Indebtedness of Arkansas Public Schools This file is 237 KB.
This is a downloadable PDF file which requires Adobe Acrobat Reader to view. Arkansas Fast Facts This file is 89 KB and is a Microsoft Word document. Download Data All data in specific categories in pipe, comma-delimited or HTML format. This data may be retrieved for labels, spreadsheets and user-designed reports. Enrollment Data The number of students and other information about those enrolled in a school on October 1st of the school year.

13. Ar. Dept. Of Workforce Education
During calendar year 2000, a total of 6,909 adults passed the general education Developmenttests to earn the arkansas State High School Diploma, which is the
Luther Hardin Building
Three Capitol Mall
Little Rock, AR 72201
Phone: (501) 682-1500
Fax: (501) 682-1509

Adult Education
Arkansas Adult Learning Resource Center GED ESL ... Arkansas Literacy Councils (Partner) Adult education programs provide basic skills classes to adults with less than a high school education. Adult education in Arkansas is based on the following philosophy:
  • All adults can learn.
    All adults have the right to education that enhances their ability to effect positive changes in their lives.
    All adults have right to obtain the life skills that they need to become self- sufficient, actively participating members of society.
    All adults have the right to complete their education through the high school level.
Adult education serves adult learners through adult basic education classes, which are designed for adults functioning up to the 8.9 grade level. General adult education classes prepare adults who score at the 9 to 12 grade level. In fiscal year 2000, a total of 67,306 adults were served. Approximately 7,031 of those served were enrolled in workplace education programs.

14. Ar. Dept. Of Workforce Education
directors of the Department of general education and the MEMBERS STATE BOARD OF WORKFORCEeducation AND CAREER farm community through the arkansas Farm Bureau
Luther Hardin Building
Three Capitol Mall
Little Rock, AR 72201
Phone: (501) 682-1500
Fax: (501) 682-1509
Mission Statement Letter from the Director Agendas State Board of Workforce Education
and Career Opportunities

The State Board of Workforce Education and Career Opportunities is composed of seven members appointed by the Governor subject to confirmation by the Senate. Act 803 of 1997 requires the appointment of one member from each congressional district and three members from the state at large. The members are to be selected from among parents, business, industry, labor, persons with disabilities, minorities, and other groups representative of the many career opportunities available in the state. The directors of the Department of General Education and the Department of Higher Education serve as ex-officio members, and the director of the Department of Workforce Education serves as ex-officio secretary. MEMBERS
Mr. Jack Justus

15. Arkansas State University Radiologic Sciences Associate Degree General Informati
The Radiologic Technology Program at arkansas State University is administered bythe Department of Health Professions in the general education Requirements
Go to . . Blackboard ASU Bulletin/Catalog CINAHL CMIB-Bioanthropology Degrees/Programs Email List Servers Faculty Lambda Nu Map - Main Campus Medline Online Web Courses RadSci Websites Research Links Web for Students
This page is under construction. The information contained below is not yet accurate. For current information go to , open the scrolling menu window and choose "Bulletin", then find the academic degree programs, College of Nursing and Health Professions, then Radiologic Sciences. ASSOCIATE OF APPLIED SCIENCE IN RADIOLOGIC TECHNOLOGY Students accepted into the Radiologic Technology Program will complete their professional education in two areas: the class room and the clinical setting. Class room work will occur on the ASU-Jonesboro campus, while clinical education will occur in area hospitals and clinics. The professional portion of the curriculum is offered over 24 continuous months of full-time course and clinical work. Upon graduation, students are eligible to sit for the national credentialing examination offered through the American Registry of Radiologic Technologists.
    Click on any underlined course to see the course description and faculty who teach the course. Click on a faculty name under the course description to see that faculty member's syllabus and other course information. All course information may be downloaded for your personal use. Faculty from other schools are requested to email a courtesy permission request before borrowing course information.

16. Education World® - Research Resources : General Resources
system is not meeting a constitutional mandate of adequate, equitable education forall arkansas children. BBC Online education general educational resource

17. Curriculum Map For General Education, Southern Arkansas University –
students must take a mathematics course until the general education requirementwas entered into an agreement with the University of arkansas at Fayetteville
Department of Mathematics and Computer Science Departmental Mission Statement The mission of the department is eight-fold. To prepare students for careers in both mathematics and computer science (CSCI). To prepare students for advanced graduate training in both mathematics and CSCI. To prepare elementary, middle school, and secondary teachers in the content areas of mathematics and computer science. To prepare graduate students in the content area of mathematics for the master of education degree. To provide both minor programs and service courses in both mathematics and CSCI. To support the general education program. To offer developmental courses to prepare students for college-level mathematics. To maintain quality programs in all areas. Teaching Goals Inventory for Mathematics and Computer Science Departmental Self-Analysis of Assessment Report 2001 General Education
  • Departmental Curriculum Map for General Education Assessment Results/Feedback/Changes.
  • Mathematics: Results: Results of the CAAP exam indicate that achievement on the mathematics portion of the exam has improved since 1995.

    18. Curriculum Map For General Education, Southern Arkansas University, Spring 2001:
    Curriculum Map for general education, Southern arkansas University. SpringNursing ADN. SAU Mission Statement The mission of Southern
    Curriculum Map for General Education, Southern Arkansas University Spring: Nursing [ADN] SAU Mission Statement: The mission of Southern Arkansas University is to educate students for productive and fulfilling lives in a global environment by providing opportunities for intellectual growth, individual enrichment, skill development, and meaningful career preparation. The University believes in the worth of the individual and accepts its responsibility for developing in its students those values and competencies essential for effective citizenship in an ever-changing, free, and democratic society. Further, the University encourages and supports excellence in teaching, scholarly and creative endeavors, and service. General Education Goals Courses/Actions Documentation (Syllabus…) Assessment Communication : Students will communicate effectively to inform, understand, analyze and persuade. Nursing Definition : The transfer of information from one person to another by one of several means - verbally, nonverbally, and written; one-on-one or in groups; using any of several means including computer technology and multimedia NURS 1103/1104 Nursing Level II (Reproductive / Neonate) NURS 2224 Mental Health Nursing Support Courses: ENGL 1113/1123 English Composition I and II PSYC 2003 and 3223 - General and Developmental Psychology SOC 3033 OR4073 OR 3013 - Sociology Syllabus; texts

    19. About Our Office
    people in arkansas about these issues, the arkansas Attorney general's office researched lawenforcement agencies to prepare a law education curriculum
    About our office... The "Smart Choices, Better Chances" law education program is designed to help young people understand the criminal laws in Arkansas and the consequences for violating them. The program is founded on the premise that young people must have a better understanding of the criminal justice system in order for laws to have their intended deterrent effect on criminal juvenile behavior. In an effort to educate the young people in Arkansas about these issues, the Arkansas Attorney General's office researched the criminal justice system and worked with educators, attorneys, state legislators, and law enforcement agencies to prepare a law education curriculum. The resulting program is one that not only teaches the law, but also captures a student's attention in order to explain difficult concepts. Because this is a prevention program, the format of the curriculum and the highest level of concentration and time is geared toward the elementary students, but components and outlines are available to meet the needs of the junior & senior high students, educators, parents, and citizens as well. Through the help of volunteers and with the continued support from citizens and agencies throughout the state, it is anticipated that the "Smart Choices" law education program can soon be offered to every student in Arkansas. By providing so many young people with valuable information about laws, crime and consequences, it is hoped that the state of Arkansas will be able to make new strides in reducing the rate of juvenile crime.

    20. Arkansas Attorney General Outreach Division
    Keys to Safety The Outreach Division of the Attorney general's Office has developeda new education materials about arkansas' stalking laws are
    Consumer Jungle: Promoting Consumer Literacy for Young Adults
    An interactive, web-based program that helps high school students become literate, savvy consumers.Consumer Jungle provides engaging and relevant consumer education curricula covering a variety of topics such as credit cards, transportation, living on your own, personal finances, telecommunications, and e-commerce fraud. Developed with input from teachers, students, and parents, Consumer Jungle delivers interactive games, activities, and relevant information directly to the home or classroom. Consumer Jungle is a new web-based program that helps turn high school students into savvy consumers without putting them to sleep. There's a camp for everyone.
    Students will discover a treasure trove of games, and teachers will find free classroom materials. There's even something for parents - a section filled with tips on how to help the young adults in their lives find their way safely through the real world. It's just a click away. Find your camp, and start exploring! The Arkansas Crime Victims Reparations Program and Sexual Assault Reimbursement Program allow innocent victims of violent crime to seek help with expenses related to their victimization.

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