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 is delighted to announce a partnership with Edlio that will give Arkansas schools the opportunity to create and customize affordable websites designed to foster parent and community engagement. You must be an APSRC member to be eligible for discounted pricing!
As an APSRC official partner, Edlio knows your school’s target market, stakeholders, and community. Websites are designed just for K-12 schools, and Edlio’s CMS is feature-rich, yet incredibly easy to use.
A few of the top school CMS features include:
- Voice and text messaging
- School news alerts and announcements
- Customizable online forms with payments
- ADA-friendly tools built right into your school CMS
- Email subscriptions and newsletters
- Easy to update class and teacher pages
For more information about Edlio’s services, please click here.Read More
AR Math QuEST is a two-year, state-initiated professional development opportunity for exemplary teaching and learning based on NCTM’s Mathematics Teaching Practices and the Standards for Mathematical Practice. Join Sandra Leiterman, Mathematics Instructional Specialist, for this two-day training at APSRC. Read More
ADE has partnered with ACT to provide a one-day training centered around the design, scoring and reporting of ACT Aspire assessments and provide lessons that can be used in the classroom to help promote student success on these assessments. Participants will hear from experts at Pearson, ACT, and state content specialists about activities that can be incorporated into their classrooms to support success on the ACT Aspire assessments. This workshop is intended for ELA classroom teachers in grades 9-12. Read More
Do you need ideas to keep all kids engaged in instruction? Come experience engaging activities using research-based instructional strategies and learn how to modify and differentiate for any content area. This training, led by APSRC Education Associate Director Jeana Williams, is designed for 6th-12th-grade classroom teachers. Read More
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