Arkansas was one of two states that experienced significant increases in Grade 12 reading and math test scores on the National Assessment of Educational Progress.
Preparing tomorrow’s teachers is of the utmost importance today. To help ensure colleges and universities are on the right track, the ADE partnered with institutions of higher education to produce the Educator Preparation Performance Reports.
A new study about high-speed Internet accessibility for Arkansas' K-12 public schools will be released at 10 a.m. May 6, 2014.
The United States is a country built by exceptional achievements and a drive to always set the bar higher.
The ADE, the Arkansas State Library, and the Arkansas Reading Association are pleased to announce the results of the voting for the 2014 Charlie May Simon Children’s Book Award and the 2014 Arkansas Diamond Primary Book Award.
Arkansas Department of Education Commissioner Dr. Tom Kimbrell is pleased to announce the selection of Dr. Deborah Bruick-Jones as the assistant commissioner of Learning Services.
Mathematics Design Collaborative sessions that will focus on coaching components will be held around the state beginning in May.
Two priority schools will receive approximately $6 million in federal School Improvement Grant funds.
As part of our ongoing quest to improve educational outcomes, the State of Arkansas now provides financial awards to public schools for academic achievement, academic growth and high graduation rates.
The Arkansas Association of Curriculum and Instruction Administrators (AACIA) and the Arkansas Association of Educational Administrators (AAEA) supports the implementation of Common Core State Standards (CCSS).