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Center seeks ways to ensure children's safety at school

Two state agencies have partnered to create the Arkansas Center for School Safety, a place that will help educators and law enforcement officers find ways to keep children safe at school.

Funding plan for higher-ed in state taking shape

Policies based on Act 148 go to next legislative panel

New policies governing the new way the state will fund its public colleges and universities cleared a hurdle Tuesday, but not before a few tweaks.

Three candidates in running to be UAMS chancellor

Three candidates, including an internal one, have applied to become the next chancellor at the University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences.

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Plan at Arkansas university rethinks entry; campus wants to cut vehicle traffic, add buildings

RUSSELLVILLE — On a regular weekday, there’s hustle and bustle at the intersection of O and Arkansas streets, the main entrance to Arkansas Tech University.

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State college enrollment down 1.8% since last fall

The number of students at Arkansas' colleges and universities took another tumble this fall with overall enrollment dropping 1.8 percent since the fall of 2016.

Higher education notebook

UALR event open to budding sleuths

Higher education notebook

Vice chancellor selected at UAPB

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Student defaults on loans drop off in Arkansas

The percentage of people in Arkansas who did not make payments on their federal student loans within three years of graduating has dropped from 2013 to 2014, according to newly released data from the U.S. Department of Education.

Options available to pay student debt

Student-loan borrowers have a period of time after graduating, leaving school or dropping below half-time enrollment before collectors come knocking.

4-year UALR degrees set for Benton return

Campus to offer 2 next fall after exit of lone program

The University of Arkansas at Little Rock will offer two new bachelor's degrees at its Benton campus starting next fall, after that campus's only four-year degree moved to the main campus.