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Thank You, Nebraska

As many of you may know, today is my last day at First Five Nebraska.  Read More

January 26, 2016  |  Posted in General

LB773 Will Create an Early Childhood Education Workforce Task Force

Nebraska faces a shortage of high-quality early childhood educators, which impacts the ability of local communities to respond to the needs of young families. LB773 will create a representative panel that will assess the current early childhood workforce and make recommendations for growing it.  Read More

January 14, 2016  |  Posted in Legislation

104th Nebraska Legislature, Second Session, Convenes

The 104th Nebraska Legislature, Second Session, convened at 10 a.m. Wednesday. In his opening address to senators, Speaker Galen Hadley said the Legislature will address every priority bill this session.  Read More

January 07, 2016  |  Posted in Legislation

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