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Resources to Help Nebraska Schools Create Strong Early Childhood Programs

Numerous funding and other resources are available to schools pursuing early childhood interventions that can close the achievement gap for Nebraska’s youngest at-risk learners. Read More

November 19, 2015  |  Posted in General

Our Public-Private Partnership Provides High-Quality Learning Experiences for Our Youngest Citizens

NHHS Director Courtney Phillips: Nebraska's Department of Health and Human Services has begun to implement policies that incentivize child care providers to improve their program quality, meaning more children at risk who utilize these services may have access to the kinds of environments that close the achievement gap.  Read More

November 12, 2015  |  Posted in General

Read Aloud to a Child This Month

Governor Pete Ricketts has named November Read Aloud to a Child Month. Read Aloud Nebraska has some suggestions and recommended books for reading aloud to infants and toddlers. Read More

November 05, 2015  |  Posted in General

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