The overall vision is that all Arkansas students have opportunity to learn in a quality digital learning environment that will provide a solid foundation for succeeding in a digital world. Our mission is to provide resources and support to schools and stakeholders during the planning, implementation, and evaluation of quality digital learning environments.
Act 2325 of 2005 established the first state-led program to provide distance learning courses to Arkansas students. This founding legislation provided four focus areas:
Act 1280 of 2013 provided additional focus areas:
According to the iNACOL Definitions Project, the following definitions provide a framework for understanding:
iNACOL includes a web page titled Resources Overview.
Thank you for visiting our webpage. We hope you find the information helpful as we continue to provide equitable, effective and efficient services to schools and stakeholders. We take great pride in the digital learning opportunities we have provided students over the past decade and still provide today. If you have any suggestions on how to improve this site or our services, please email Cathi Swan at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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