• Our goal is that by 2020, all Arkansas children will read at grade level by the end of the third grade.

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  • Pre-K Gives a Head Start on Our Kids' Education: A Vilonia Family's Story 

    Pre-K plays an important role in helping kids to have a strong start to school, entering kindergarten ready to learn. Yet current funding falls short of the great need. Watch our videos and stand up in support of Arkansas pre-K.

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What's New

Arkansas Honored as National “Pacesetter” in Early Reading

Arkansas was named one of just seven states to win the 2014 “Pacesetter” award by the national Campaign for Grade-Level Reading

A Stronger State: Pre-K Investment Pays Dividends

Business leaders have come to the conclusion that a better-educated workforce built upon a foundation of early childhood learning is critical for future prosperity.

Arkansas Honored as National “Pacesetter” in Early Reading

The Statistics Lottery

How do low-income children fall behind?

Pre-K Helps Kids Start School Ready to Learn: Teachers from Beebe, Arkansas

The time to increase funding for Arkansas pre-K is now! 

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