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Reflecting Identity Helps Build Reading Skills, by Dr. Beckie Tuttle
While Jenni’s 3-year-old granddaughter will assure you that unicorns exist, we want to address some of the inaccurate myths out there that we have heard about public education, the NSEA and the National Education Association.
Educators seeking advanced endorsements through college coursework may now apply for tuition reimbursement via the state’s Enhancing Excellence in Teaching Program.
Plans for NSEA University 2021 are coming into focus, and those plans include an encore by well-known educational humorist Gerry Brooks as well as an evening tour and reception at the famed Lincoln Children’s Zoo.
Lowering the assumed rate of return increases the chance that the rate of return will be met in future years.
This is the third episode in The Mind Inside, a docuseries exploring mental health in public schools.
Some of Nebraska teachers may receive Reduction in Force (RIF) notices on or before April 15 this year. These notices...
Former President Also Led Association Headquarters Remodel Former NSEA President Jess Wolf died at his home in Hartington on Feb...
Educators who want to share their thoughts on language and working with multilingual students are encouraged to do so through a new survey.