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Streamlining Reporting for Child Care Licensing Offers Many Benefits

The current method used to verify qualifications of Nebraska early childhood educators in licensed programs is unnecessarily cumbersome, and a system already in use provides a simple solution. Read More

October 25, 2018  |  Posted in Legislation

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