Menu

NECC Family Child Care Network: Taking family child care professionals from surviving to thriving

The Nebraska Early Childhood Collaborative’s (NECC) staffed Family Child Care Network (FCCN) offers robust business and professional development tools to help family child care educators across the state stop just surviving and start thriving.  Read More

December 15, 2020  |  Posted in General

Child care providers—Apply now for the School Readiness Tax Credit

Refundable and nonrefundable tax credits will be available to more child care professionals and programs through the 2020 tax year, but time is running out to claim them on your 2020 tax return. NOW is the time to apply. We encourage you to use our step-by-step guides to help you move through the application process. Read More

December 10, 2020  |  Posted in Legislation

Katie Bass joins FFN’s Policy staff

Welcome to Katie Bass, FFN's new Data and Policy Research Advisor. Prior to joining First Five Nebraska, Katie worked to improve outcomes for Nebraska children in the child welfare and juvenile justice systems.  Read More

December 02, 2020  |  Posted in General

Recent Posts

View All

Categories

Archives

Tags

toxic stress, step up to quality, social-emotional development, sixpence early learning fund, sixpence, serve and return, senator rick kolowski, senator matt hansen, senator kathy campbell, senator kate sullivan, senator kate bolz, senator john stinner, senator jim scheer, senator heath mello, senator burke harr, senator brett lindstrom, screen time, school readiness tax credit, school readiness, rural schools, reading to children, reading aloud, reading, read for the record, quality child care, preschool development grant, parents, necprs, nebraska step up to quality, nebraska legislature, nebraska early childhood workforce commission, nebraska early childhood professional record system, nebraska early childhood policy leadership academy, nebraska early childhood exchange, nebraska early childhood collaborative, nebraska department of health and human services, nebraska department of education, nebraska children and families foundation, nebraska chamber of commerce & industry, nebraska, mission: readiness, mariah stowe, lr390, lr387, louise stoney, literacy development, literacy, licensing toolkit, lb944, lb880, lb840, lb773, lb768, lb720, lb590, lb564, lb547, lb489, lb459, lb341, lb266, lb1108, language processing, kindergarten readiness, kindergarten, jason prokop, iron triangle, high-quality early childhood education, harvard center on the developing child, grandparents, governor ricketts, governor pete ricketts, fathers, family home child care, families, executive function, elizabeth everett, educare, economic development, early childhood workforce, early childhood professionals, early childhood education workforce, early childhood, dr. samuel meisels, dr. james heckman, covid-19, children, child care subsidy, child care, ccdbg, cares act, bureau of business research, buffett early childhood institute, bryan slone, brain development, bottom line, age 0-5, age 0-3, achievement gap, abecedarian project,