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Clockwise from top left: Fort Smith Northside's new entrance and competition gym, Fort Smith Southside's freshman center and its competition gym.
Construction / Education

K-12 Construction Makes the Grade

Since December, construction totaling more than $225 million has been completed on some of the largest K-12 projects in Arkansas. read more >
Little Rock Regional Chamber officials Kristi Barr and James Reddish lead central Arkansas’ Next Generation Learning program.
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Next-Gen Learning: Businesses Embrace Career AcademiesLock Icon

Metro Little Rock schools have accelerated a plan to put all 13,000 public high school students in Pulaski County on career-themed paths. The effort also aims to recast public schools as magnets for central Arkansas economic development, not impediments. read more >
The $74 million 338,000-SF Jacksonville High School opened to 1,100 students earlier this month.
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New Jacksonville Schools Propel Growth

Jacksonville is on the rise, and its schools are playing no small role in that. Replacing all schools in the Jacksonville-North Pulaski School District is one way the district, carved out of the Pulaski County Special School District in 2014, is hoping to improve education in the community. read more >
A rendering of the new Jacksonville High School.
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Jacksonville Mayor: Millage Vote a ‘Game Changer’

Jacksonville's new high school should be open by the fall 2019, thanks to voters who on Tuesday approved a 7.6 mill property tax increase to fund facilities. read more >