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Over the past year, more than 100 radio and television stations across Nebraska aired NSEA’s messages more than 18,800 times.
Cyber secure: A group of cartoon characters will help guide students through UNO’s new cybersecurity curriculum, which will be available to middle and high school educators within the next year.
As the COVID-19 virus continues to mutate, communities across Nebraska are seeing a new wave of coronavirus cases. Timing to reduce the spread is crucial as students return to their classrooms for in-person learning this fall.
I Love Public Schools shares student stories in latest documentaries High school can be a challenging time – especially in...
The fall brings with it new opportunities in the classroom, as well as a new opportunity to negotiate your salary and benefits.
The teachers who touch students’ lives are remembered long after graduation. Longtime NSEA member Sharon Hoffman of Bayard made a...
Southeast Community College Education Association members have worked at the Test Nebraska facility at CHI Health Saint Elizabeth since last summer. Read their story and COVID-19 experience.
The NEA Mental Health Program is designed to help members address the considerable mental health impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic and other stressors present in their lives.
The National Center for Education Statistics released a new data report, Outside Jobs Among U.S. Public School Teachers, which describes...