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Elizabeth Everett visits Henderson, McCook to learn about early childhood infrastructure

In October, Senior Policy Associate Elizabeth Everett traveled to McCook and Henderson, two Communities 4 Kids towns that had just completed communitywide surveys to understand their current early childhood infrastructure and gaps. Read More

November 14, 2019  |  Posted in General

Jason Prokop joins First Five Nebraska

We'd like to introduce our new director, Jason Prokop, who joined First Five Nebraska this month after founding director Becky Veak asked to transition into a new role as coordinator of our Early Childhood Policy Leadership Academy.  

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November 07, 2019  |  Posted in General

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