State of Education On Demand

March 20, 2014
In The Economics of Early Childhood Education, our panel will return to Dr. Heckman's body of data on the inequality of economics presented during... more››
February 20, 2014
This program answers frequently asked questions about the early childhood education efforts in Nebraska. What is Early Childhood Education generally... more››
January 16, 2014
The second season of The State of Education in Nebraska begins January 16 when we explore early childhood and the science of early learning and brain... more››
December 19, 2013
Superintendents discuss developing and implementing systemic strategies to improve academic outcomes for Nebraska's public school students. Using the... more››
November 21, 2013
This film, produced by NElovesPS, looks at how art programs across Nebraska allow students to express themselves and think creatively, making them... more››
October 17, 2013
Now, we want to talk about one of the most vulnerable populations of youth in our states and nation -- youth who are or have been in foster care.... more››
October 11, 2013
Research clearly shows that there is no population more likely than young people who age out of foster care to experience crippling poverty, long-... more››
October 11, 2013
Research clearly shows that there is no population more likely than young people who age out of foster care to experience crippling poverty, long-... more››
October 11, 2013
Research clearly shows that there is no population more likely than young people who age out of foster care to experience crippling poverty, long-... more››
October 11, 2013
Research clearly shows that there is no population more likely than young people who age out of foster care to experience crippling poverty, long-... more››

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