Education

Billionaires, Including the Waltons, Fuel Powerful State Charter Groups

Billionaires, Including the Waltons, Fuel Powerful State Charter Groups

Billionaires are influencing state education policy by giving money to state-level charter support organizations to sustain, defend and expand the charter schools movement across the country.
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Chris McCoy Promoted to Vice Chancellor at University of Arkansas (Movers & Shakers)

Chris McCoy has been named vice chancellor for finance and administration at the University of Arkansas in Fayetteville, effective Aug. 2.
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UA-PTC Trims Divisions, Names New Deans

University of Arkansas-Pulaski Technical College has pared down its six academic divisions to three and added a new administrative division. With the changes come four new deans.
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Stacy Leeds Named UA Vice Chancellor for Economic Development

Stacy Leeds, a former dean of the University of Arkansas School of Law, has been appointed vice chancellor for economic development. And Chris McCoy has been appointed vice chancellor for finance and administration.
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Land For $13M Lisa Academy Expansion Sold For $1.2M

RPM Group/Corfac International announces the sale of 7.88 acres on Briley Road in North Little Rock for $1.2 million. The property will become part of the Lisa Academy North complex and home to its planned $13 million secondary school. read more >

UA Little Rock, Saline Health Launch Pathways Program for Nurses

The University of Arkansas at Little Rock and Saline Health System said Tuesday that they would partner to address a nursing shortage in Saline County. read more >

Faculty Members at UCA Get $1.4M in Research Grants

Five faculty members in the University of Central Arkansas College of Natural Science and Mathematics have been awarded more than $1.4 million for research. read more >

New Frontier For Boomers: Aging in Place This article is available only in print.

As they have since they first started coming into it, baby boomers are having an outsized effect on the world, including the world of design, particularly residential architecture design. read more >

Age and Infirmity (Gwen Moritz Editor's Note)

Having more and better options when age gives way to infirmity is even more motivation for disciplined savings. read more >

A-State Dean of Students, Special Assistant to Chancellor Named

Arkansas State University announced last week that Martha Spack, Ph.D., has been appointed as the dean of students and Lonnie Williams, Ph.D., has been appointed as special assistant to the chancellor. read more >

In Little Rock, Bush, Clinton Talk Immigration

Former President George W. Bush has expressed concern with the national immigration debate, saying the conversation is ignoring the "valuable contributions" immigrants make to society. read more >

Economist: Report Indicates Workforce Shortage Coming Soon

The Arkansas Economic Development Institute's 2018 Economic Report Card indicates that workforce participation rates, in Arkansas and the rest of the country, will continue to decline as baby boomers near retirement. read more >

Arkansas Coach Van Horn Gets Contract Extension after CWS

Arkansas coach Dave Van Horn says he's agreed to a contract extension through the 2023 season after taking the Razorbacks to a runner-up finish in last month's College World Series. read more >

Governor With the President, But Cautions Against Trade War

Gov. Asa Hutchinson cautions against inviting a trade war that would hurt Arkansas, but said he supports the president's efforts to solve trade deficit with tariffs. read more >

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