The Arkansas Opportunity to Learn Campaign is a coalition of statewide organizations, community leaders, parents, students, educators, policy-makers and others who are committed to public education in Arkansas and dedicated to ensuring its viability.

OTL Priority Agenda

  • High Quality Early Childhood Education
  • Highly Effective Teachers, Administrators, School Structure & Learning Time
  • College & Career Preparatory Curriculum
  • Equitable Instructional Resources & Policies
  • Effective Interventions
  • Improved Access to Higher Education
  • Parent, Student, Community, & School Partnerships

Key Partners in the Arkansas OTL Campaign

  • Arkansas Public Policy Panel
  • Arkansas Advocates for Children & Families
  • Arkansas Education Association
  • Arkansas Out-of-School Network
  • Rural Community Alliance
  • Winthrop Rockefeller Foundation
  • Charles A. Frueauff Foundation
  • Arkansas Citizens First Congress
  • Concerned Citizens of Prescott
  • Arkansas Interfaith Alliance
  • Arkansas Commission on Closing the Achievement Gap
  • Concerned Citizens of Monticello
  • Gould Citizens Advisory Council
  • Schott Foundation for Public Education
  • South Arkansas Education Coalition
  • Strong Community Leadership Alliance
  • Desha Grassroots Coalition
  • Arkansas Coalition for DREAM
  • University of Arkansas – Pine Bluff & Little Rock Deans of Education