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  1. Digest of Laws Relating to Free Schools in the State of Arkansas by Arkansas, 2010-10-14
  2. Mdr's Arkansas School Directory 2006-2007: Spiral Edition (Mdr's School Directory Arkansas) by Market Data Retrieval, 2006-11
  3. The free common schools of Arkansas: An act to maintain a system of free c by Arkansas, 2009-08-16
  4. Digest of Laws Relating to Free Schools in the State of Arkansas by Arkansas, 2010-01-10
  5. Digest of laws relating to free school in the state of Arkansas. And forms for use of school officers by Statutes Arkansas. Laws, 2010-08-09
  6. 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
  7. The Reports of Sir Edward Coke, Knt.: In Thirteen Parts by Edward Coke, John Henry Thomas, et all 2002-12-20
  8. 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
  9. Tracts Written by John Selden of the Inner-Temple, Esquire. The first Entituled, Jani Anglorum Facies Altera, rendred into English, with large Notes thereupon, ... Epinomis. The Third, Of the Original of... by John Selden, Steve Sheppard (New Introduction), 2006-05-09
  10. The Degree of Progressivism Among Arkansas Public School Superintendents by Ann E. Witcher, 1996-03-19
  11. Law In Arkansas Public Schools by Paul Peterson, 1994-01
  12. Southern Arkansas University: The Mulerider School's Centennial History, 1909-2009 by James F Willis, 2009-10-28
  13. Finding the Lost Year: What Happened When Little Rock Closed Its Public Schools (University of Arkansas Press Poetry Series) by Sondra Gordy, 2009-04-01

1. Arkansas State University Radiologic Sciences Schools Web Site
arkansas' smaller schools was weak compared to its power rating in larger schools (see Table 1 and Figure 1). In general,
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 New Additions Were Made To This Site On January 3, 2000 New Full Page Links To Image Interpretation/Reporting/Impression Programs Online Distance Education Schools Outside U.S. This Site Was Established To Enable Anyone To Use The Information. You Have Our Permission (And Blessing) To Take Anything You Find And Republish Or Distribute It. We Are Honored If You Find Our Information Worthy Of Downloading!
RADIOGRAPHY BS COMPLETION ULTRASOUND NUCLEAR MEDICINE ... CT, MRI, Mammography, Vascular Image Interpretation/Reporting/Impression Programs GRADUATE PROGRAMS Medical Physics Masters/Doctoral ... Schools Outside U.S. These links provide a description of the field of study, links to professional organizations (for registry exams, continuing ed, etc.) plus links to most schools with programs in the speciality. Academic listings are world-wide, but you can

2. Arkansas Activities Association
Comprehensive directory of activities available to youths. Also features a bulletin board and educational links. Association. 2003 AllStar general Information. 2003 Tournament Sites Chess Association for arkansas schools. arkansas Association of Student Councils. arkansas Choral Directors


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Arkansas Track Coaches Association

Information Keep up to date about all the activities of the Arkansas Activities Association 2003 All-Star General Information 2003 Tournament Sites 2003 Activity District Meetings 2002 Sport Meeting Dates and Sites ... 2000-2002 Reclassification Numbers To view the 2002-04 Reclassification Numbers and Conference Assignments, you must have the Adobe Acrobat Reader. If you do not have the Acrobat Reader on your PC, click here 2002-2004 Reclassification Numbers 2002-2004 Conference Assignments Activities All the complete information about each activity of the Arkansas Activities Association Coaches Education 2002-2003 AAA/State Farm Scholar Athlete Information Interscholastic Star Arkansas Quiz Bowl ... Arkansas Choral Directors Association Archives Go back in time and learn about the history of Arkansas high school sports Hall of Fame Great Moments in High School Sports State Farm Arkansas High School Record Book State Champions ... Board of Directors Minutes Reference Check this section for other valuable Links and support groups

3. Arkansas Schools - Elementary, Middle And High School Information
general Questions About Greatschools. Elementary, middle and highschool information for arkansas public, private and charter schools.
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4. Univ. Of Arkansas, Fayetteville: FULBRIGHT, 2nd ACCESSION, SERIES 64
arkansas schools, 19581974 Office file code 65 Sub-series 1. arkansas schools (general), 1958-1974.
Series 64. ARKANSAS SCHOOLS, 1958-1974
14 boxes
4 sub-series
Office file code: 65
Correspondence, newspaper clippings, news releases, memoranda, printed reports and related material pertaining to educational affairs in Arkansas, especially federal funding of college programs and projects, requests for information concerning financial aid for college studies and problems relating to school desegregation.
Arranged chronologically and topically.
  • Arkansas Schools (General), 1958-1974
  • University of Arkansas, Fayetteville, 1961-1974
  • Other Arkansas Colleges and Universities, 1961-1974
  • Desegregation, 1958-1962
    Sub-series 1. Arkansas Schools (General), 1958-1974.
    5.5 boxes.
    Office file code: 65
    Records primarily pertain to requests for information concerning financial aid for college studies. Some records pertain to requests for assistance in obtaining admission to college; JWF's annual request for lists of graduating high school and college seniors, and, allocation of federal funds for education. A few records pertain to vocational training; career guidance; child care programs; and allegations of discrimination in Arkansas schools and colleges.
    Sub-series 2.
  • 5. The Old State House Museum Of Arkansas History - General Information & History
    arkansas Writers in the schools ARKnet Cabot University of Central arkansas VanceRandolph general Information Collections Exhibits Educational Programs

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    Arkansas Black Studies General History Women's History
    Choose a category Arkansas Heritage Department Festivals, Music, Performances History Museums Other Arkansas Web Sites State Web Sites
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    Ouachita Technical College ... Photos may not be reproduced without written permission of the director. Designed and Programmed by

    6. The Old State House Museum Of Arkansas History - General Information & History
    Home general Information Calendar of Events, its significance in Americanand arkansas history. schools wishing to schedule tours should book early.

    STANDARDS FOR ACCREDITATION OF arkansas PUBLIC schools. Adopted by the State Board of Education B and publish, in a newspaper with general circulation. in the district before

    8. ALHN Arkansas Main Page
    general Patrick Cleburne; Hillary Rodham Clinton; Narvel Felts; James Jabez Harrison; Arkansasschools on the Web; Benton County schools That Were by Billie Jines

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    County Section List Topical History Selection Main Page ... Links to Search Engines Capitol: Little Rock State Nickname: "The Natural State" State Motto: Regnat Populus (The People Rule) Area: 53,187 square miles State Rock: Bauxite Population: 2.5 million people State Bird: Mockingbird State Flower: Apple Blossom State Tree: Pine Tree State Gem: Diamond State Insect: Honey Bee State Fruit and Vegetable: Pink Tomato State Instrument: The Fiddle State Beverage: Milk State Mammal: White-Tailed Deer Arkansas has the only diamond mine open to the public in North America.
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    Topical History Selection Agriculture
  • Plantation Agriculture Museum, Scott, Arkansas
  • Antique Letters and Documents
  • Civil War Love Letters - J. C. Morris The Turnbo Manuscripts by Silas Claiborne Turnbo 1844-1925
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  • Ward's Woodsmith and Antique Store - Benton Antique Warehouse of Arkansas, Inc.
  • 9. DFA - Moving To Arkansas - General Taxpayer Information
    a leader in introducing technology in arkansas schools. A full time computer http// general Information · Community Information · Business, Agriculture Industry
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    Since June 15, 1836 when Arkansas gained its statehood, a variety of interesting nicknames have been used to describe this entrancing southern state. Among them are: The Diamond State, The Land of Opportunity, The Bear State, The Cave State, The Hot Water State, The Wonder State, The Cradle of the Ozarks and The Natural State. Some folks even called it the Razorback State because many Arkansans have a strong affinity with University of Arkansas athletic teams. But that tag probably doesn't sit well with fans of Arkansas State, UALR or any of the state's other fine colleges and universities. Arkansas was part of the Louisiana Purchase in 1803, and then became the 25th state in 1836 (see flag above). It has a rich history, including its participation in the Confederacy during the dreaded Civil War of 1861-65. The state's name came from a French translation of the Quapaw Indian word, "acansa" or "downstream place." The Quapaws (called the "downstream people" by the French) were kin to the Sioux and lived along the Mississippi River on Arkansas' Easternmost border. Arkansans think of their state as one of the most beautiful environs on earth with rich green valleys, awesome mountains, winding rivers, lush forest, scenic lakes, fertile farmlands, spacious meadows, rife deltas and magnificent rolling hills. All 75 Arkansas counties are as diverse as they are beautiful. If you are a new resident or someone who is contemplating a move here, it won't take long before you realize just how special this "Dixieland Delight" is.

    10. Student Loan Guarantee Foundation Of Arkansas: Student Financial Aid, College Lo
    Expand Parents Scholarship Search Glossary of Terms arkansas schools. schools. 34 CFR600 Institutional Eligibility; 34 CFR 668 - general Provisions and 34 CFR

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    New Federal Regulations
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    The student loan industry makes available an “integrated version” of those regulations pertinent to the administration of the Federal Family Education Loan Program. The versions listed here represent 34 CFR 600 - Institutional Eligibility; 34 CFR 668 - General Provisions and 34 CFR 682 - Federal Family Education Loan Program.
    Integrated Regulations Section 682-Final Rules

    The Institutional Eligibility and General Provisions regulations have been updated to reflect the Final Rules published on November 1, 2000. The Federal Family Education Loan Program regulations have been updated to reflect the Final Rules published on November 1, 2000 and June 29, 2001. These versions allow users to see the language stricken from the regulations as well as language that has been added. Integrated Regulations 600 Integrated Regulations 668 Topical Index The student loan industry makes available a Topical Index to use as a resource tool when researching regulations or statue. The index is arranged in alphabetical order and provides both a regulatory and statutory reference. NCHELP Topical Index Borrowers Students Parents ... Help 219 South Victory Street Little Rock, Arkansas 72201-1884

    11. In 1991, The Arkansas General Assembly Required Schools To
    In 1991, the arkansas. general Assembly. required schools to

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    14. Group Fees - General Information - Arkansas Museum Of Discovery
    general Information Select Item -. are charged to all schools both public Copyright© 2000 arkansas Museum Of Discovery Design
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    General Information - Select Item - General Information Mission Statement Location Map GROUP ADMISSION FEES School Groups (exhibit viewing only) *Advanced reservations needed. Minimum group size of 20 is required.
    Public Adult Group: Exhibit viewing only Public Youth Group: Exhibit viewing only

    Fees are charged to all schools both public and private. Prices are subject to change.
    There is a minimum charge of $67.50 per program . One chaperone per 5 students is admitted free; others will pay the same fee as a student.  The minimum required is one chaperone per 10 students.
    The Museum of Discovery will feature three large exhibits from other Museums each year.  They will be displayed in the Roy and Christine Sturgis Exhibit Hall and MOD educators are available to present short discovery programs that enchance your groups enjoyment of these traveling exhibits. Over 50 regular education programs are also available upon request With its café atmosphere, our snack bar accommodates 35 people.  Vending machines offer a broad selection of snacks, juices and soft drinks.  To ensure that your group will be able to eat lunch at the Museum, please reserve space for your group at the time that you book your Museum reservations.  There will be a fee of $5.00 per class for use of the snack bar for 30 minutes.  You may bring your lunches to the museum by reserving the snack bar or you may eat in Riverfront Park located directly behind Museum Center.

    15. General Information
    general Information consists primarily of information that is not influenced bythe 2002 Outstanding Indebtedness of arkansas Public schools, This file
    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.

    16. General Information
    Archival/Historical general Information consists primarily of historical information 2001Outstanding Indebtedness of arkansas Public schools, This file
    Archival/Historical General Information consists primarily of historical information that is not influenced by the educational program but describes the environment in which the school or district operates. 1983-2001 Annexation and Consolidation This file is 97.5 KB and contains a listing of annexations and consolidations of local education agencies (LEAs) from 1983 until 2001 in a Microsoft Word document. 2001 Outstanding Indebtedness of Arkansas Public Schools This file is 143 KB.
    This is a downloadable PDF file which requires Adobe Acrobat Reader to view. 2000-2001 Complete Annual Statistics Report This file is 745 KB and contains the ASR data for all districts. This is a downloadable PDF file which requires Adobe Acrobat Reader to view. 2000-2001 Rankings of Arkansas School Districts This file is 330 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. 1997-1998 Complete Annual
    Statistics Report
    This file is 693 KB and contains the ASR data for all districts
    This is a downloadable PDF file which requires Adobe Acrobat Reader to view.

    17. DINA Jacksonville, Arkansas Education
    Private schools. Private School Directory; Last Modified Thursday, April 25,2002 . http//

    18. DINA Jacksonville, Arkansas Public Schools Directory
    Intermediate/Seconday schools. All Rights Reserved. Last Modified Monday, December2, 2002. http//

    19. Ante-Bellum Schools At Tulip, Arkansas,282
    choice items (3). It is intimated that a huge geological collection was placed atthe disposal of the schools. In 1852 the general Assembly of arkansas made a
    p. 282
    The names of the incorporators and the Board of Guardians of these two schools are valuable to posterity. They were, General Nathaniel G. Smith, Colonel Maurice Smith, Judge Willis Lewis Somervell, Major George C. Eaton, J. J. Samuel, Esq., Colonel James W. Eaton, Mr. Wiliam J. Smith, Mr. Samuel W. Smith, Dr. William Bethel, Samuel H. Smith, Esq., Major Benjamin J. Borden, and Hector McNeill, Esq. From this number General Smith was chosen to serve as president of the board, a position he readily accepted. George D. Alexander was superintendent of the Military Institute and Major Borden, of Danville, Kentucky served as superintendent of the Female Collegiate Seminary. These men were truly suited to these positions and fulfilled their duties with admirable judgment and wisdom. Major Borden also served as head of the math and tactics departments in the Military Institute. Seven teachers were employed by the Seminary, which in 1852 was headed by the Reverend Benjamin Watson.
    A very rigid course of study was planned. For the cadets at the Military Institute it was ancient languages, surveying, engineering, math, military tactics, chemistry, and natural philosophy (natural science). Instruction was given in Latin, French, Spanish, and Italian languages. For the girls there was a curriculum of less intensified study, with concentration upon needlework, drawing, painting, belles letters, and a general liberal arts program. In music the young damsels had a choice of the piano, the harp, or the guitar. The young cadets were drilled quite often and were adequately instructed in the art of the military sciences.

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