AR-CAN – the Arkansas Citizens Access Network – provides unprecedented access to state government, giving Arkansas citizens a front row seat to legislative proceedings, board and commission meetings, and other government hearings and activities. The website is dedicated to livestreaming Arkansas state government events and meetings and serves as an important educational tool, allowing students to see their government at work while learning about public affairs and civic responsibility.Visit the AR-CAN Website
In an effort to provide the most relevant and engaging arts and cultural programming and resources for Arkansans, we want to know what’s important to you. Please share your thoughts and preferences in this brief survey, which will take approximately 5 minutes to complete. Your responses will be used to develop new content for broadcast, online and in communities. Your personal information will not be shared or sold.
We're moving the needle on school readiness, parental engagement and literacy throughout the state. AETN provides early education materials, resources and training for these key indicators of long-term school success. "Ready to Learn" and "Raising Readers" are key educational programs created to reach underserved, rural areas. AETN is a partner in the Arkansas Campaign for Grade-level Reading - named the pacesetter by the national campaign - working to have all third graders reading at grade-level by 2020. Want to learn more about how we're impacting student achievement? Pick up the AETN Parent and Educators resource guides.Visit ValueAETN.org
Your support helps us carry out our mission to educate, enrich and inspire the entire state of Arkansas. We could not accomplish this goal without you! If you are not a current member of the AETN Foundation, please consider giving to support the programs you love.Donate Now