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UALR's Bailey Alumni Center at 28th and Campus Drive (not the Donaghey student center as an original post might have suggested) will be the setting for a discussion at 6 p.m. Tuesday on the Little Rock School District. Sen. Jim Argue and Fitz Hill, president of Arkansas Baptist College, will moderate. The UALR Center for Collaboration and the Little Rock PTA Coucil will sponsor the session. The idea is not to hash over the current superintendent controversy, but to talk of a "positive agenda" for the district.


UALR’s Center for Public Collaboration and the Little Rock PTA Council will sponsor a forum beginning at 6 p.m. Tuesday, May 22, for parents and patrons of the Little Rock School District to share their visions for the future of their schools and to set an action agenda for public education.

The forum is free and open to the public.

Moderators for the event will be state Sen. Jim Argue and Dr. Fitz Hill, president of Arkansas Baptist College.  The forum will focus not on the recent controversy regarding the superintendent, but rather on a positive agenda for Little Rock Public Schools.  Parents will talk about what is working well at their schools, as well as suggesting improvements, and will develop an agenda for the PTA Council to work on with the district.

For further information, contact Bernadette Turner, president of the Little Rock PTA Council at 526-6973.



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