What APSRC Services Can We Offer You?
The Arkansas Public School Resource Center
APSRC is a service-oriented, nonprofit membership organization that offers support, technical assistance and training to charter schools and rural school districts across the state. APSRC’s full-time and highly trained staff provide assistance in five main areas:
- Legal services
- Financial analysis and management
- Teaching and Learning
Membership in APSRC is open to charter schools, rural school districts, educational cooperatives and educationally related entities and businesses. To apply for membership, please call 501.492.4300. We also can help with any questions or requests for assistance in the membership application process.
The Arkansas Public School Resource Center’s annual Fall Conference is a statewide event with strands featuring breakout sessions for superintendents, administrators, teachers and school finance staff. We’re pleased to announce that our 2018 keynote speaker is Michael Bonner, a second-grade teacher from North Carolina.
There is a $20 discount for APSRC members who register before September 1, 2018. Not a member? We’ll give you a $20 discount on the non-member registration fee for signing up early! If you would like to become an APSRC member to benefit from our year-round services and support, click here to learn more.
October 3, 2018, Hot Springs Convention Center
Early-bird registration is now open! Just click here!
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This PD will be a one-day training centered on the design, scoring, and reporting of ACT Aspire assessments and provide lessons/activities that can be incorporated into the classroom to help support success on these assessments. This workshop is intended for high-school classroom teachers who teach literacy. Read More
This PD will be a one-day training centered on the design, scoring, and reporting of ACT Aspire assessments and provide lessons/activities that can be incorporated into the classroom to help support success on these assessments. This workshop is intended for classroom teachers in grades 6th-8th who teach science. Read More
As educators we know we must teach to our standards, but it is important to prepare our students to address problem-solving, justification and explanation, and mathematical modeling. It is also important to understand how the rigor of our everyday questioning elevates student thinking and growth. In this hands-on training, teachers will discuss strategies for supporting students as thinkers and problem solvers. Resources will be shared via Google with all workshop participants. Read More
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