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Arkansas colleges look for returns; ex-students who didn't earn degrees get nudge to finish

The University of Arkansas System has started the state's first large-scale effort in several years to re-enroll adult learners who have earned some college credits but no degree.

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Arkansas colleges' remedial freshmen now 35%

Tally based on class-takers, not ACT

Thirty-five percent of the 21,666 students entering a public college or university in Arkansas for the first time in fall 2016 took at least one remedial course, according to the state Department of Higher Education.

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ASU aid earmarked for county's natives

County district won't fill deputy schools chief post

The Pulaski County Special School District will remain without a deputy superintendent after its board went against a hiring recommendation late Thursday.

Pulaski County Special School District won't fill deputy schools chief post

The Pulaski County Special School District will remain without a deputy superintendent after its board went against a hiring recommendation late Thursday.

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Treasurer reduces college saving fee

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Judge lifts court yoke on Pulaski County School District in staffing

A federal judge Wednesday declared the Pulaski County Special School District unitary in staffing, leaving the district under court supervision in only four other areas.

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Voters OK tax extension to redo Sylvan Hills High

Voters in a special election Tuesday approved the Pulaski County Special School District's proposal to extend a tax of 14.8 mills by another 13 years to raise more than $66 million to expand Sylvan Hills High School.

UAMS scores $11M in NIH research cash

Grant a lure for new faculty; focus on infectious disease

An $11 million federal grant will help support five new research projects on infectious diseases at the University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences, Little Rock.

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ASU System raises tuition, fees by 3.4%

2017-18 rates higher at all of state’s public universities

Arkansas State University System trustees approved Thursday a 3.4 percent increase to tuition and mandatory fees, rounding out a slate of higher rates facing public university students next fall.

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