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Third grade is a critical point in time when students transition from learning to read to reading to learn.  Without achieving reading proficiency by this time, a student is nearly...

When used to assess what’s working, what’s not, and how to replicate the former and prevent the latter, data can be a very powerful tool. That’s why Educate Nebraska is...

This week we joined our school choice partners as well as hundreds of students, parents, educators and policymakers to celebrate School Choice Week. On Monday, Governor Pete Ricketts signed a proclamation...

Borrowed from our friends at National Alliance for Public Charter Schools (www.publiccharters.org) What are Public Charter Schools? Charter schools, created more than 20 years ago to improve our nation’s public school system...