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Official Twitter account of the Arkansas Education Association. We're working to improve education and teaching in Arkansas.
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Danny Shameer Jul 15
The new president of the — an affiliate of the — took office today. reports:
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Gov. Asa Hutchinson Jul 15
This morning, I joined school resource officers, administrators, staff, & law enforcement to discuss school safety in Arkansas at the AR Safe School Conference. Our student’s safety is the highest of priorities, & we must continue to pursue the best ways to protect them.
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Jeannie Roberts Jul 11
. appoints Little Rock lawyer and father of five to board of directors. reports.
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Chad Pekron Jul 10
I am honored and humbled by my appointment today from to serve on the State Board of Education. As a father of five, I take the responsibility for their education very seriously. I look forward to the opportunity to be of service.
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AR Dept of Education Jul 10
Students who don't read consistently over the summer can lose the progress they made during the school year or become victim to the “summer slide.” A free, research-based tool can help children create a personalized reading list & locate books: .
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Cathy Koehler Jul 5
Thank you, Central HS member Rosie Valdez Block, for representing educators from across the country.
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CALS Jul 5
Teachers get a 25% discount pass it on
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Arkansas Education Jul 5
Today at the 2020 forum AEA Member Rosie Valdez Block asks what he will do as Pres. to live up to the promise and commitment of Brown v Board to provide every child an opportunity to the highest quality education.
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Arkansas Education Jul 5
We are so proud of our members who are making sure public education is at the center of the debate for everyone running for public office!
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NEA Education Votes Jul 2
We're taking our energy to the 2020 campaign! Educators will play a major role in choosing the next president of the United States, and we get to see that on full display this Friday. Join us for the Presidential Forum!
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Arkansas Education Jul 4
The is underway, and AEA Delegates are ready to vote in the best interest of students & to improve public ed!
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Brittani Brooks Jul 4
Happy 4th from Day 1 starting early!
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AR Dept of Education Jul 2
The State Board of Education will meet at 10 a.m. July 11, 2019, and 9 a.m. July 12, 2019, in the Auditorium, Four Capitol Mall, Little Rock, Arkansas 72201. Learn more:
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Cathy Koehler Jul 2
watch the livestream & become informed on where the candidates stand on public education.
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Arkansas Education Jul 1
We are having a wonderful time at the NEA conference. We love bringing student AEA members with us every year.
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Cathy Koehler Jul 1
fifty years ago today, the AEA & ATA merged. This is a significant day in our history that we cannot afford to forget. Racial & Social Justice begins in our Association. To learn about the impact of the ATA, go to Encyclopedia of Arkansas
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Arkansas Education Jun 30
When are asked why they joined they said...🥰😍👇🏽
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Arkansas Education Jun 30
We are up early this morning hearing from impressive students leaders at the 2019 conference. The future of public education is in good hands!
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AR Dept of Education Jun 27
The Arkansas Department of Education, in collaboration with the Arkansas Department of Health and Medicaid in the Schools, selected five Arkansas schools to each receive $540,000 over a five-year period to implement School-Based Health Centers. Learn more:
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Joyce Elliott Jun 24
Last day of Annual Conference continues this morning focusing on Economic Mobility to Power a Strong Economy.” States must have clear goals and scalable strategies informed by intentionality.
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