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Last Updated on September 29, 2023 by Robert C. Hoopes

Arkansas Public Schools’ Grades Released for 2022-2023 School Year

In a recent development, the state of Arkansas has released grades for every public school in the state. These grades, ranging from A to F, are based on each school’s performance during the 2022-2023 school year. Several factors were taken into account, including test scores, graduation rates, and progress in English language proficiency.

Detailed breakdowns of these factors can be found on a linked website, allowing parents and stakeholders to delve further into how their local schools fared. The overall results are a mixed bag, with some schools excelling while others are in need of improvement.

Notably, out of all the schools, 80 received an A grade, indicating exceptional performance. Bentonville school district emerged as a standout, with an impressive 13 of their schools achieving the highest score. This accomplishment highlights the district’s commitment to providing quality education for its students.

However, it’s not all good news. Unfortunately, 79 schools in the state received an F grade, pointing towards areas that require immediate attention and support. Elmdale Elementary School in Springdale was the sole school in Northwest Arkansas to receive an F grade, raising concerns about its educational standards and resources.

In the River Valley region, Waldron’s Adventure Online Academy was the only school to receive an F grade. This highlights the need for targeted interventions and support in the region to ensure that students receive quality education.

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Interestingly, the statewide Arkansas Virtual Academy Elementary and Founders Classical Academy Elementary Online also received F grades, which came as a surprise to many. This outcome is particularly unexpected, considering that all three brick-and-mortar Founders Classical Academies in Northwest Arkansas earned A grades. Further investigation and analysis are necessary to determine the underlying reasons for these discrepancies.

Please note that, in a correction to the initial report, it was incorrectly stated that Founders Classical Academy received an F grade. The accurate name of the school is Founders Classical Academy Elementary Online. This correction clarifies any confusion and accurately reflects the school’s performance.

The release of these grades serves as an important tool for evaluating the educational landscape in Arkansas. It underscores the need for continued efforts to provide high-quality education for all students, while also highlighting the successful practices of schools that received A grades. The state and its stakeholders must work together to address the challenges faced by schools that received low grades and ensure that every student has access to an excellent education.

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