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A Business Strategy for Nebraska’s Babies

Founding CEO of the Nebraska Early Learning Collaborative, Shannon Cotsoradis: Shared services among early care and education providers can be part of the solution to providing cost-effective, high-quality care. Read More

July 27, 2016  |  Posted in General

Malala Speaks at Girls Inc. Lunch in Omaha

Malala tells her inspiring story about the importance of education, confidence, bravery and persistence. Read More

July 21, 2016  |  Posted in General

Early Childhood Education Is Designated a ‘Teacher Shortage’ Area in Nebraska

New changes in education regulations make it easier for aspiring early childhood teachers or teachers seeking additional endorsements without getting a Master's degree to participate in two forgivable loan programs aimed at growing and retaining a high-quality teacher workforce in Nebraska. Read More

July 14, 2016  |  Posted in General

Step Up to Quality Celebrates 2nd Anniversary

Nebraska's early childhood quality rating and improvement system works to improve early care and education quality for Nebraska's youngest children. Read More

July 07, 2016  |  Posted in General

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