Held at the Sugarbaker-approved Villa Marre, Get Loud Arkansas's Democracy in December holiday party features live music by BET Apollo winner Nicky Parrish and a performance by decorated drag queen Athena Sinclair.
A plan to transplant Parkview's programs and students to an as-yet-to-be-built campus out west is no longer on the table. But the path forward for the Little Rock School District is not clear.
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The Little Rock school board voted Thursday night 6-2 to move the West School of Innovation to Hall High School — a move that is bound to be controversial among some parents. But the consolidation is a necessity for the district as it grapples with shrinking student enrollment.
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Vaccine boosters, the Freedom of Information Act and maternal mortality are up for lively debate at tomorrow's health and wellness expo, featuring Skip Rutherford, Joyce Elliott and state legislators.
The Arkansas Department of Education's delay in explaining its 11th hour maneuver to cull AP African American Studies from its list of recognized course offerings created an information vacuum. Public education advocates have both theories and questions.
Legend Joyce Elliott will be making appearances at libraries in Conway and Little Rock to host story time with the book "V is for Voting," and you can even bring your kids.
Charter management group wins first ever 'transformation contract' to take on struggling Marvell-Elaine schools, plenty of questions remain
Taken over by the state after years of low enrollment and academic distress, the Marvell Elaine School District in Phillips County will now be steered by a charter school management group. Probably? There are some legal questions still to be answered.
Little Rock Central High students who came to the Capitol Monday to speak out against the Arkansas LEARNS school privatization bill were back Wednesday, and this time they brought friends.
Not giving up on justice for men wrongfully convicted in Elaine Massacre, group asks Legislative Black Caucus for support
The 94th General Assembly will be the third legislative session in which Kwami and Clarice Abdul-Bey lobby Arkansas elected officials to wipe the slates clean for people wrongfully convicted a century ago.
Tuesday’s discussion was rocky at times, but the Little Rock Board of Directors made its way through the meeting to approve a lawsuit settlement and hear from the public about the division between the board and Mayor Frank Scott Jr.
Let's call them absen-T ballots, because if you don't do everything perfectly to a T, they're probably going in the trash.