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My guess is that we all have one person in our lives who made all the difference. I’m convinced that, more often than not, it’s a teacher or coach.
In Difficult Year, Consortium Holds Rate Hike to 2.96 Percent
“I believe we cannot get past the virus with half-hearted measures and well-wishes, hence the strong stand.”
American Education Week presents every citizen with an opportunity to celebrate public education and honor individuals who are making a difference in ensuring that every student receives a quality education.
Omaha Education Association member Lee Perez is a firm believer in advocacy — and in the work of the Commissioner of Education’s Teacher Advisory Committee, instigated by NSEA.
This year's program will offer schools the option of receiving virtual presentations via Zoom.
"Teachers are the least selfish, most selfless people with whom I have the pleasure to work, and I am proud to be one of them."
The Nebraska Legislature has not met since mid-March, and no date has been set to reconvene in order to finish the session’s deliberations and action.
The nonprofit DonorsChoose connects teachers in need of classroom resources with donors who want to help.