(Advertisement)

Brenda Bernet

Washington County Education Reporter
Contact Brenda

Recent Stories

Fayetteville wants to offer online charter school

Subscriber onlySchool officials hope to open an online charter school for the 2016-17 school year. Continue reading...

'Ninja warrior' helps 4-Hers in finding heart

Subscriber onlyAn American Ninja Warrior competitor doesn't let negative thoughts keep him from trying. Continue reading...

Teachers learn effective strategies for working in teams

Subscriber onlySPRINGDALE -- A skit of a meeting of algebra teachers provided an example Wednesday of how teams of educators can work to adjust their thinking and make changes to help students succeed. Continue reading...

School officials to follow police in withholding names of students in accidents

Subscriber onlyAccident reports available to the public no longer identify drivers or passengers younger than 18. Continue reading...

2 NW school districts to join Bright Futures

Subscriber onlyA nonprofit organization focused on using social media to help students will expand into two more school districts in Northwest Arkansas for the 2015-16 school year. Continue reading...

Nonprofit expands in NWA

Bright Futures uses social media to meet students’ needs

Subscriber onlyA nonprofit organization focused on using social media to help students will expand into two more school districts in Northwest Arkansas for the 2015-16 school year. Continue reading...

Bright Futures to expand with affiliates in Greenland, Springdale

Subscriber onlyA nonprofit group focused on using social media to help students will expand into two more school districts in Northwest Arkansas for the 2015-16 school year. Continue reading...

Farmington plans career mentor program for high school students

With multiple career sessions, educator says students learn to map job goals

Subscriber onlyHigh school students need more than an annual career fair to learn from business professionals what it takes to succeed in a career, a Farmington assistant principal said. Continue reading...

Education law's renewal cheers Springdale schools chief

Subscriber onlyThe renewal of a major piece of federal education law this month is of historic significance, Springdale Superintendent Jim Rollins said. Continue reading...

Springdale School District considers program to help children exposed to violence

Subscriber onlySPRINGDALE -- A new program the U.S. Attorney's Office is working to start in Arkansas would let school officials know when police encounter children while responding to a violent crime, a Springdale assistant superintendent said. Continue reading...

More stories by Brenda »