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Education Committee to Hold Hearing on School Funding Bill

LB521 adjusts the TEEOSA formula to benefit children at risk across the state regardless of their district's equalization status.  Read More

February 28, 2017  |  Posted in Legislation

Nebraska Legislation to Watch

Nebraska senators introduced nearly 700 bills in the first 10 days of the current legislative session. Of those, we’ve identified six as priority bills and 90 others that have the potential to impact the earliest years of a child’s life. Read More

February 16, 2017  |  Posted in Legislation

Signs of Dyslexia Are Evident in the Early Years, Are Remediable with Intervention

For over 40 years I have researched the origins and development of dyslexia in children beginning with newborn infants and following them through age 13. Our work has shown the clear impacts of speech discrimination skills at birth on the development of language at ages 3 and 5, and subsequent impacts on reading skills at age 8.

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February 08, 2017  |  Posted in Legislation

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