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Misuse of Indigenous Names and Symbols Perpetuates Harm By Edward T. Ventura Jr. A national conversation on racial equality and...
Many NSEA higher education members who responded to an Association survey feel they don’t have the support they need to be effective in their roles.
Association Steps In to Help Correct Two Miscalculated Payments for Lincoln Elementary Teacher
With two COVID-19 vaccines now approved by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration, members of the Educators Health Alliance (EHA) health insurance plan through Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Nebraska will be able to get a vaccine at no cost.
“Like our teachers, our Education Support Professionals are underpaid when compared to their peers across the country,” NSEA President Jenni Benson said.
Ricketts’ Lid Plan Draws Immediate and Broad Opposition
Even the best of intentions can go awry when policy development is devoid of the practitioner perspective.
With foresight, together, we can make 2021 a great year for public education!
Prevention and Safety Since every institution of higher education approached teaching in the pandemic differently, instructors and staff are not...

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