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The series is an intensive virtual program that builds a peer cohort and peer-to-peer relationships through conversation, storytelling, self-awareness, racial literacy, critical thinking, and the practice of dialogic and reflective skills that will prepare participants to lead small group discussions.
“I am proud of our NSEA leaders, management and staff who are working together to ensure every fiber of our Association strength is working for members so that members can continue to use their voices for the betterment of all.” ~ Jenni Benson, NSEA President
"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."
Megan Helberg is the 2020 Nebraska Teacher of the Year; is beginning her second year as an NSEA member; and as is her “all-in” style, serves on NSEA’s Sandhills District Board of Directors. She spoke to The Voice in late July.
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.
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