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A Look Back: Senator Kathy Campbell

Senator Kathy Campbell continues our blog series by term-limited senators looking back over their eight years in the Nebraska Legislature. Thank you for your service to Nebraska Senator Campbell.  Read More

December 15, 2016  |  Posted in General Legislation

Why Talking About Math With Kids Is Important

“Number talk” at home is a key predictor of children’s math achievement in school, yet many parents don’t speak enough about numbers with their children. Read More

December 08, 2016  |  Posted in Research

A Look Back: Senator Tanya Cook

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 Tanya Cook looks back on her eight years representing District 13.  Read More

December 01, 2016  |  Posted in General

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