Learning DifferentiatED | GED Preparation
Learning DifferentiatED, a University of Arkansas startup, has developed a software program, manaGED Prep, that is based on the adult education expertise of our firm's president, Barry James.
The manaGED Prep program will streamline the current GED preparation process, reducing student preparation times by 25 percent while increasing student retention rates thereby increasing profits for our customers – adult education schools.
- Information Technology
- Computer Software and Services
- P.O. Box 954
- Fayetteville, AR 72702
- Barry James, President/CEO
Arkansas Power Electronics International of Fayetteville has been awarded a $3.5 million contract by the U.S. Air Force to develop a high-temperature, silicon-carbide power module for the F-35 Joint Strike Fighter.
Fayetteville solar startup Picasolar has named former Arkansas lieutenant governor Bill Halter to its board of directors. Halter served as the state's 14th lieutenant governor from 2007 to 2011.
The days of the humble news chopper are waning. It's now cheaper, easier and more effective to shoot stories with drones. News stations are adapting to this change in different ways. Some are hiring freelancers with access to the technology.
The awards honor Arkansas businesses that excel in the international marketplace, and will be presented at a Governor's Mansion luncheon on May 22. All Arkansas companies that sell in international markets are eligible to be nominated.