#SchoolChoiceWeek Dance Challenge
Teachers and students can dance their way to $500 with the #SchoolChoiceWeek Dance Challenge!
Jan. 25-31

School Choice Week Essay Competition
The Reform Alliance has partnered with the Arkansas State Teachers Association to host an essay competition for students in fourth through 12th grades. A $500 prize for education-related expenses will be awarded to a student in each of the three divisions: grades 4-6, 7-9 and 10-12.
Jan. 11 - 31

Netflix Watch Party of "Miss Virginia

Viewers from anywhere in the state (or beyond) can chat and share thoughts about the film in a virtual environment. "Miss Virginia” is based on the true story of a single mother who challenges the system in an effort to ensure her son gets a good education.
In order to participate, individuals must have a Netflix account.

7 p.m. Tuesday, Jan. 26

Virtual Town Hall
You will be able to ask questions, make comments and interact with Arkansas education experts from varying perspectives!  Learn about the different models of education, rules and laws concerning Arkansas School Choice Programs, and programs that are being discussed for the upcoming legislative system.
7:30 p.m. Thursday, Jan. 28

Drive-in Movie Showing of "Miss Virginia"
The Reform Alliance is hosting a free drive-in movie showing of the movie "Miss Virginia" at MP Outdoor Cinema in Little Rock from 5 p.m. to 8 p.m. Saturday, Jan. 30.
May 24-26

Virtual Town Hall about Microschooling w/ Prenda as our special guest!

Tuesday, August 18 @ 7:00 P.M.

Tune in to the discussion here!

We are working to provide Microschooling to low-income students in Arkansas so they will have the option to receive a good education in an environment that is safe and effective.

Arkansas Secretary of Education Johnny Key participated in our Back-to-School discussion where over 10,000 Arkansans tuned in!

Do you have questions? Click here to ask them!

If you missed the town hall, you can watch the replay here.

The State playbook for returning to school may be found here.

Institute for Justice Education Attorney David Hodges joined us to discuss the latest U.S. Supreme Court decision in Espinoza v. Montana Department of Revenue, a case viewed as a win for education options! Watch the replay by clicking the image below.

Second Annual Student Focused, Teacher Led  2019

Join Arkansas Department of Education, Arkansas State Teachers Association, and The Reform Alliance with Keynote Speaker Dr. Ruby K Payne! #SFTL19

Tickets $75- includes registration, lunch, and book purchase


The focus of Student Focused, Teacher Led Conference is to set every institution on the path to student-focused and teacher-led instruction for all students. Our children are the most precious commodity for the future of Arkansas and developing a collaborative environment for all learners is essential to their future. As the leaders in Arkansas education, our main mission and focus is to identify and implement the most effective methods for every student in Arkansas to reach their full potential while in our classrooms. The Conference invites all Arkansas teachers and administrators from public, non-public, charter, and private schools to learn more about what it means to be student-focused and teacher-led in all aspects of education.


AdvancED Teacher Conference
September 7th, 2019
Northwest Arkansas Convention Center
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