Wanna take action on The LEARNS Act? We’ve got you.

Take Action: Contact House Education Committee members and let them know how you feel about the LEARNS Act.

Call and email House Education Committee members and let them know how you feel about the LEARNS Act. Be specific. Be polite. And share your personal experience.

Keith Brooks[email protected]501-744-6080
Sonia Barker[email protected]870-814-7605
Rick Beck[email protected]501-912-1441
Bruce Cozart[email protected]501-627-3232
Hope Hendren Duke[email protected]479-787-5628
Charlene Fite[email protected]479-414-1818
Lanny Fite[email protected]501-317-2400
Vivian Flowers[email protected]870-329-8356
Denise Garner[email protected]479-283-5050
Grant Hodges[email protected]479-381-9091
Wayne Long[email protected]501-290-0091
John Maddox[email protected]479-394-6060
Brit McKenzie[email protected]479-644-9001
Ron McNair[email protected]870-754-7962
Stephen Meeks[email protected]501-314-9250
Stetson Painter[email protected]501-733-3203
DeAnn Vaught[email protected]870-832-2638
Steven Walker[email protected]870-291-0559
Carlton Wing[email protected]501-944-9464

Take Action: Join us at the Capitol!

Join our Pay AR Teachers coalition on the morning of Tuesday 2/28 at 8am. We will meet on the front steps of the Capitol and make our way together to House Education. There will be an opportunity to testify for/against the bill, and committee will likely begin at 9am in the Big Mac building, room A. Event info here!

The LEARNS Act is Gov. Sanders’ signature legislative priority. It’s a 144 page bill that outlines dramatic changes to our public education system and covers scores of policies like universal voucher expansion, teacher pay, literacy standards, tutoring, community service, work-study programming, worker dismissals, merit-based pay, and more. There is support to pass the bill in the Arkansas legislature though it remains unpopular among public educators.