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Broken Bow Sixpence: A Model of Quality in Rural Nebraska

Broken Bow Sixpence and partners offer high-quality education to prepare children at risk for lifelong success.  Read More

November 17, 2016  |  Posted in General

The Science of Neglect

This short video from the Center on the Developing Child at Harvard University looks at the negative effects young children experience from neglect.  Read More

November 03, 2016  |  Posted in General

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