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April 21 is National Kindergarten Day

April 21 is National Kindergarten Day. Thank you for all you do Nebraska kindergarten teachers!  Read More

April 20, 2017  |  Posted in General

Sixpence Debuts New Website

Sixpence Early Learning Fund has given thousands of Nebraska infants and toddlers at risk a stronger start in life by promoting high-quality early learning opportunities. It recently launched a new website as part of its 10-year anniversary celebration.  Read More

April 06, 2017  |  Posted in General

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