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Nebraska Young Child Institute Holds Inaugural Conference

For two days this week, Nebraska attorneys, judges, caseworkers, home visitors, early childhood educators and others who work from prevention to intervention came together for the first time to discuss and learn about improving outcomes for our youngest children.  Read More

June 30, 2016  |  Posted in General

Child Trends: Five Ways Fathers Matter

Father’s Day is a time to pause and think about the many ways that dads make a difference in their children’s lives.  Read More

June 16, 2016  |  Posted in Research

A Look Back: Senator Beau McCoy

This is the first in a series of blog posts by Nebraska's term-limited senators. We thank them for their dedication and service to Nebraska. In this post, Senator Beau McCoy looks back at his eight years representing District 39. Read More

June 09, 2016  |  Posted in General

Explore Nebraska this Summer

Looking for a family-friendly adventure? Check out the 2016 Nebraska Passport program. Read More

June 02, 2016  |  Posted in General

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