Arkansans Ask: Adult Education Adult education in Arkansas includes an array of programs that can help improve education and job readiness. A panel including staff from the Arkansas Department of Career Education will discuss these options, as well as how and where to get involved with adult learning in the state.
Arkansans Ask: Paying for College Rising education costs leave many people wondering how to afford college. A panel of experts will discuss financial aid, scholarships, loans and other assistance available to students.
Arkansans Ask: Highways Arkansans Ask: Highways features Scott E. Bennett, P.E., director of the Arkansas State Highway and Transportation Department, discussing current highway construction projects and initiatives, as well as what the department oversees in the state.
Arkansans Ask: Veterans AETN explores veteran concerns and resources. Panelists include: Lt. Col. Matt Snead, director, Arkansas Department of Veterans Affairs; retired Col. Mike Ross, chairman, board of directors for Veterans Villages of America; retired Col. Joy Leapheart, 3rd vice president, Arkansas Chapter of Military Officers Association of America; former Airman 1st Class Gina Chandler, state veterans service officer, Arkansas Department of Veterans Affairs; former Petty Officer 3rd Class Tanya Brashers, president, Student Veteran Association.
Arkansans Ask: Cancer AETN addresses cancer's impact in the state, as well as current research, the importance of screenings for patients and caregivers. Immediately following the live program, AETN will air "The C Word," a drama based on a true story that illustrates the struggle against cancer.
Arkansans Ask: What Is Common Core? Steve Barnes moderates this discussion of Arkansas’s Common Core State Standards in a special episode of "Arkansans Ask" with Lt. Gov. Tim Griffin and Cabot Public School District Superintendent Tony Thurman, Ph.D. Topics will include an overview of the current standards and how curriculum works to achieve those standards.
"Arkansans Ask" is an AETN call-in program that addresses current affairs and issues relevant to Arkansans. A host and panel of experts discuss the chosen topic, and viewers are invited to submit questions and comments. To join the discussion viewers may call 1-800-662-2386, email firstname.lastname@example.org, or tweet #ARASK.
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