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Government website can jump start back-to-school preparations

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USA.gov is a valuable resource as parents, teachers and kids get ready to head back to school. The website contains volumes of information on how to save money, programs available to schools and districts and more. 

Arkansas State University closes outreach center

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Arkansas State University is closing its decades-old Continuing Education and Community Outreach Center.

CareerCast compiled its list of the 10 best jobs in America, looking at factors such as salary, stress levels and projected job growth.

Teacher of The Year - Scholarship Salute

KAIT and sponsors announced the 2014 Region 8 Teacher of the Year and awarded 4 scholarships to students who submitted essays entitled 'A Better Region 8'. Watch video and slideshow, plus a listing of all participating Region 8 valedictorians here »

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    How to raise cultured kids

    Do you long for your child to choose the symphony over SpongeBob and couscous over mac ’n’ cheese? Raising a cultured kid can be easier than you think.
    Do you long for your child to choose the symphony over SpongeBob and couscous over mac ’n’ cheese? Raising a cultured kid can be easier than you think.
  • How toddlers' TV time can hurt kindergarten success

    How toddlers' TV time can hurt kindergarten success

    Toddlers who watch too much television have a more difficult time when they start kindergarten, a new Canadian study suggests.
    Toddlers who watch too much television have a more difficult time when they start kindergarten, a new Canadian study suggests.
  • Kids with autism outperformed others on math test

    Kids with autism outperformed others on math test

    Children with autism and average IQs consistently did better on math tests than non-autistic children in the same IQ range, according to a small new study.
    Children with autism and average IQs consistently did better on math tests than non-autistic children in the same IQ range, according to a small new study.
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