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‘Ag in the Classroom’ Engages Students in Learning about Agriculture

 Beginning in kindergarten, Ag in the Classroom gives Nebraska students hands-on, experiential learning about the importance of agriculture to our state.  Read More

August 25, 2016  |  Posted in General

A Look Back: Senator Colby Coash

This is part of 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 Colby Coash looks back at his eight years representing District 27. Read More

August 18, 2016  |  Posted in General

Ready for Success: What Families Want to Know About Starting School in Nebraska

What will kindergarten be like? How do I know if my child is ready? How can we prepare for the first day? These questions and more are addressed in “Ready for Success: What Families Want to Know About Starting School in Nebraska” published by the Nebraska Department of Education. Read More

August 11, 2016  |  Posted in General

The Day Mrs. Peatrow Visited Kindergarten

Kindergarten teachers say they recognize very early which children will succeed in school and who will struggle. The early years matter—the kinds of experiences and environments our youngest children encounter determine their path—it’s up to the adults in their lives to make sure that path is a solid one. Read More

August 04, 2016  |  Posted in General

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