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List of school districts in Arkansas

State profile
Number of students: 482,114
Number of schools: 1,128
Graduation rate: 82.7%
Per-pupil spending: $9,353
State school administration
Chairman: Brenda Gullett
State Board Members: 9
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School boards and school board elections
List of school districts in Arkansas
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Arkansas is home to 1,128 schools and 482,114 K-12 students.[1]

Quick facts

State school administrators

  • State Board of Education
    • Brenda Gullett, Chairman
    • Samuel Ledbetter, Vice Chairman
    • Joe Black, Board Member
    • Alice Williams Mahony, Board Member
    • Toyce Newton, Board Member
    • Mireya Reith, Board Member
    • Vicki Saviers, Board Member
    • Jay Barth, Board Member
    • Diane Zook, Board Member


The following table displays the top nine Arkansas school districts by total student enrollment.

Student enrollment
1.) Little Rock School District
2.) Springdale Public Schools
3.) Pulaski County Special School District
4.) Rogers School District
5.) Fort Smith Public Schools
6.) Bentonville School District
7.) Cabot Public School District
8.) Conway Public Schools
9.) North Little Rock School District


The following table displays the ethnic distribution of students in Arkansas.[2]

Ethnicity Percentage
White 64.8%
African American 21.5%
Hispanic 9.8%
Asian 1.9%
American Indian 0.7%
Two or More 1.3%

School board elections

See also: List of school board elections in 2013

In 2013, eight of the top enrollment school districts in Arkansas held elections for a total of 13 school board seats across the state. The same eight school districts will hold elections for a total of 14 seats on September 16, 2014.

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