Arkansas Public Policy Panel

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Arkansas Public Policy Panel
Arkansas Public Policy Panel is listed in the Social Service Organizations category in Little Rock, Arkansas. Displayed below are the social networks for Arkansas Public Policy Panel which include a Facebook page and a Twitter account. The activity and popularity of Arkansas Public Policy Panel on these social networks gives it a ZapScore of 94.

Contact information for Arkansas Public Policy Panel is:
103 W Capitol Ave
Little Rock, AR 72201
(501) 376-7912

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Arkansas Public Policy Panel added 5 new photos — with Remona Morgan-Block.
We were very proud to stand with our partners in the Concerned Citizens of Prescott tonight as the debriefed the 2017 Arkansas State Legislature and thanked Rep. Danny Watson for always being accessible to his constituents and for his strong support for quality public education, fair tax reform, sensible criminal justice laws and more! Building bipartisan solutions to solve problems and create opportunities in our communities - this is what democracy looks like!

Arkansas Public Policy Panel shared March For Science - Arkansas's event.
The Arkansas March for Science is April 22 (SATURDAY) – meet at Capitol and Pulaski at 1 pm. Join us to tell everyone that SCIENCE MATTERS! The Sierra Club, Arkansas Chapter is spearheading the March and you can learn more about the incredible people who will be speaking at the link. THANK YOU, and we'll see you in two weeks! Help spread the word!
Hurrah for Science! Let's make sure that our lawmakers know that we value science, and that they should prioritize good science in their decisionmaking. We will meet on Saturday, April 22nd, 1:00 p.m., at the corner of Capitol & Pulaski Streets in Little Rock and march to the Capitol steps. We'll have several great speakers there, each emphasizing how science matters--to environmentalists, farmers, hunters, scientists, chefs, students, teachers, everyone. NOTE : This event is "rain or shine". In the event of hard, driving rain, we'll be inside the Capitol rotunda for our event. Bring your ponchos and umbrellas--umbrellas are a great place for your pro-science signs! After the March: head on down to the Arkansas Musuem of Discovery for our "Science Advocacy Expo" from 3:00-5:00. We'll have more than a dozen community groups there that can help you get plugged into promoting good science in our area. The Museum of Discovery is offering free admission to March attendees and discounted parking coupons for exiting the River Market Parking Deck. Bring your signs, bring your noisemakers, and bring your positive pro-science vibe. Hope to see you on the 22nd!
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Arkansas Public Policy Panel added 16 new photos.
Thank you to all of the wonderful people who joined us last night at The Root! Thank you Corri Bristow Sundell and Jack for hosting us! Thank you to Loblolly Creamery for the tasty deserts! Thank you to Susana O'Daniel and Senator Joyce Elliott for speaking! Thanks to all of our partner organizations who shared information about what's going on in Little Rock and Arkansas. If you missed it, you can still watch the live stream on our page! #ToTheRoot

Arkansas Public Policy Panel shared Be the Change Alliance AR's event.
There is no logic behind keeping the entire LRSD under state control when only 3 of 48 schools are below expectations - especially when that state control jeopardizes the extension of a millage that has the potential to make a significant impact on the students of the district. Demand the return of the LRSD to local control. The State Board meets THIS THURSDAY! Between now and then, please contact each member by email. (Email addresses are provided in the discussion.)
This is an email campaign to request that the Arkansas State Board of Education return the Little Rock School District to local control. There is no logic behind keeping the entire LRSD under state control when only 3 of 48 schools are below expectations - especially when that state control jeopardizes the extension of a millage that has the potential to make a significant impact on the students of the district. Demand the return of the LRSD to local control. Between now and the next time the State Board of Education is scheduled to meet, please contact each member by email. (Email addresses are provided in the discussion.) This is a statewide action; we need to work together to end this practice. From http://www.arkansased.gov/state-board: The Arkansas State Board of Education is a nine-member board. In keeping with the requirements of Arkansas Code Annotated §6-11-101, the Board is composed of two members from each of the state's four congressional districts, and the remaining member is selected at-large. The Governor appoints members for seven-year terms. Composed of business and community leaders, the State Board represents the diverse population of Arkansas. The Board, which meets on the second Thursday and Friday of each month, is the policy making body for public elementary and secondary education in Arkansas. The commissioner acts as the ex-officio secretary during State Board meetings. He participates, offering the Department's perspective on agenda items and provides a Commissioner's Report each month. He does not vote. The Arkansas Teacher of the Year participates as a non-voting member.
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Arkansas Public Policy Panel was live.
Senator Joyce Elliott and public education advocate Susana O'Daniel give legislative update and provide ways to get involved and make change in Little Rock and Arkansas!


The Panel Connects Environmental Advocates Across the State: youtu.be/rd6WbW9ezGI?a


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RT @TheNewRuralAR: #SB746 has failed on the House floor!!! Thank you to all our members for contacting your Representative over this past w…


RT @bkopsky: Disabilities caused by drug abuse is why we should fund special ed instead of failed experiments like vouchers #SB746


Dotson’s story shows why #Arleg need to fully fund #SpecialED, not #scams like #SB746