Resources for Teachers and Administrators
The Northwest Arkansas Education Service Cooperative in Farmington, Arkansas offers an expansive library of teacher resources. For more information, see the NWAESC Web site.
The Office for Education Policy (OEP) at the University of Arkansas is one of several research centers within the College of Education and Health Professions. The office seeks to help Arkansas’ education leaders and lawmakers bridge the gap between research and practice by providing them with newsletters, policy briefs, web-based resources, and consultation about current education policy issues. For more information, please visit the OEP web site.
The Center for Mathematics and Science Education has up-to-date information on programs for all K-16 home, private and public in-service and pre-service educators. For more information on events, materials/resources, and workshops for teachers, visit the CMASE Web site.
Arkansas Leadership Academy, through the use of research and best practices, designs creative and innovative approaches to establish learning communities in public schools by developing human resources and by modeling and advocating collaboration, support, shared decision making, team learning, risk taking, and problem solving.
The Division of Elementary and Secondary Education (DESE) is a division of the Arkansas Department of Educationwhich provides leadership, support and service to schools, districts and communities so every student graduates prepared for college, career, and community engagement.
The Northwest Arkansas Writing Project: The mission of this local National Writing Project site is to bring people together to cultivate, enrich, and extend writing experiences across grade levels and disciplines for a wide range of purposes and audiences. For more information, please visit their NWA Writing Project website.