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NAEYC: Tips for Starting Preschool

Early childhood educators and a kindergarten teacher offer suggestions to help parents create a smooth transition for children entering a preschool program for the first time.

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July 30, 2015  |  Posted in General

Happy First Birthday, Nebraska Step Up to Quality!

Nebraska Step Up to Quality celebrated its first birthday July 1 and celebrated a year of working to improve early care and education quality, and increase positive outcomes for young children to close the achievement gap. Read More

July 24, 2015  |  Posted in General Legislation

Senator Mello: Nebraska is Well-Positioned to Continue to Invest in Our Children, Grow Our Economy

Appropriations Committee Chair Mello sees tremendous opportunity for policymakers to improve the lives of Nebraska's children and families while continuing to build on our state’s overall economic momentum. Read More

July 16, 2015  |  Posted in Legislation

New Website Offers Extensive Resources for Early Childhood Educators

Early childhood education providers across Nebraska can access quality early education resources through a new website from the Nebraska Early Childhood Exchange. Read More

July 09, 2015  |  Posted in General

Patriotic Books for Toddlers

Parents are their children's most important role models—and reading aloud is the most important thing a parent can do to prepare a child for reading and learning. Here are a few great seasonal books for this time of year. Read More

July 02, 2015  |  Posted in General

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