• Arkansas Campaign for Grade-Level Reading

    Our goal: all Arkansas children will read on grade level by the end of third grade

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What's New

New Report: Reducing Chronic Absenteeism for Children in Foster Care and FINS

Read our new report on how chronic absence impacts students in foster care and FINS. 

Make Every Day Count: AR-GLR Celebrates Attendance Awareness

September is Attendance Awareness Month! This month, we are focusing on the importance of reducing chronic absence rates throughout the state.

New Progress Report: Full Speed Ahead

Each year, we release a report to share the progress made toward the Campaign’s goals, detailing accountability milestones used to track our key impact areas. We are excited to release Full Speed Ahead: 2018 Progress Report on Grade-Level Reading in Arkansas.

Using a Tiered Approach to Reduce Chronic Absence

Learn how schools in Arkansas are using tiered approaches to tackle chronic absence. 

Making Every Day Count in Arkansas

In 2017, only 37% of Arkansas third-graders could read on grade level. Arkansas Campaign for Grade-Level Reading, Arkansas Community Foundation and Arkansas schools are partnering together to make a change. Learn more.

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Need tips to ensure your student is in #SchoolEveryDay? Watch AR-GLR's campaign director, Angela Duran, on… https://t.co/EbvxG5xhmP

RT @AACF: We‘re celebrating #AttendanceAwarenessMonth! Schools across AR are taking the initiative to reduce chronic absence rates. Check o…

RT @AACF: Chronic absence affects all students' ability to perform in school. But chronic absence may have an even greater impact on our mo…