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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.Find out 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.Find out 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.Find out more »
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. Early-bird registration is now open for this year's event!Find out more »
Join us at our 10th annual statewide education conference! The Arkansas Public School Resource Center cordially invites you to partner with us at the 2018 Fall Conference. This annual event draws 400 to 500 superintendents, principals, business managers, bookkeepers, teachers, and central office staff from across the state. As a sponsor and/or exhibitor, you will have an opportunity to meet and network with key decision- and policy-makers from rural public schools and urban public charter schools, which, together, comprise 80 percent of schools in Arkansas.Find out more »
Join APSRC's Finance Director Ken Rich and Finance Specialist Kathy Hanlon for Tier 1 Training this fall!
As you know, A.C.A. §6-20-2204 requires all superintendents /open-enrollment public charter school directors, and “a person whose job responsibilities include preparing the budget or overall accounting responsibility” for the district to attend Tier I Training each year. This two-hour session that will ensure you remain in compliance with state law.Find out more »