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Gov. Ricketts: Nebraska won't be following new CDC mask guidance

Hastings Tribune 28 Jul 2021
(The Center Square) – Nebraska Gov ... The state of Nebraska will not be adopting their mask guidance.”. The CDC said Tuesday that all students and teachers should wear masks, even if they are vaccinated, and that all Americans, including those with the vaccine, should wear masks in public places where the virus has a significant presence.
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Cindy Lange-Kubick: He's making progress with every little wave, March 24, 2004

Lincoln Journal Star 28 Jul 2021
“How’s our dude doing today?”. “He’s doing just great.” ... But he blinks his eyes for yes. He waves goodbye ... He graduated from East High School in 1999 and went on to the University of Nebraska-Lincoln ... He wanted to be a teacher ... In the fall they loaded his wheelchair in the van for a Nebraska Wesleyan football game, to watch his little brother Matt play ... .
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Lincoln Southwest Spanish teacher earns prestigious UNL award

Lincoln Journal Star 28 Jul 2021
A Lincoln Southwest teacher has earned a prestigious educators award from the University of Nebraska-Lincoln ... The award, presented through UNL's College of Education and Human Sciences, is given annually to a Nebraska teacher who exemplifies the character of McAuliffe, the first teacher in space.
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The courts are destroying America’s ability to fight pandemics

Vox 27 Jul 2021
Nebraska (1923) the Supreme Court struck down a state law forbidding teachers from teaching “any subject to any person in any language other than the English language.” And, in Pierce v.
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Nebraska teachers union defends critical race theory, accuses critics of censorship

Fremont Tribune 26 Jul 2021
OMAHA -- Leaders of national and Nebraska teachers unions are pushing back on critics of critical race theory and defending curriculum based on it ... NSEA says the association represents 28,000 Nebraska prekindergarten through 12th grade public school teachers, higher education faculty, education support professionals and aspiring educators.
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Nebraska’s Trout in the Classroom program is educational, fishy fun

Lincoln Journal Star 25 Jul 2021
GRACE GAARD Nebraska Game and Parks Commission ... The Trout in the Classroom program is accepting applications from teachers across Nebraska for the 2021-2022 school year. If you’re a teacher reluctant about handling an aquarium or fish, don’t worry ... Serenity in southwestern Nebraska. JULIE GEISER Nebraska Game and Parks Commission.
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Kids made new Bertrand disc golf course reality

The Grand Island Independent 24 Jul 2021
The group of fourth graders, including Bailey, Kellan Vinzant, Adlea Hock, Sofia Guajardo and Nohelia Elox Mora, began discussing in March how they could create and fund a course, and their teachers introduced them to the Bertrand Area Community Fund, an affiliated fund of the Nebraska Community Foundation.
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WATCH NOW: Workshop held for high school teachers teaching mechatronics

The Columbus Telegram 23 Jul 2021
Haschke, along with five other Nebraska high school teachers, participated in a workshop at Central Community College-Columbus on July 20-22 ... While CCC is collaborating with six Nebraska high school teachers, the other college is doing the same with six Minnesota teachers.
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When it comes to returning to Lincoln classrooms safely, one data point remains elusive

News-Press Now 23 Jul 2021
At the state level, that number remains a mystery — the Nebraska Department of Education, for one, isn't asking teachers about vaccination status, a spokesperson said this week. And the Nebraska State Education Association, the statewide union representing more than 28,000 ...
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New music teacher to start at St. John's

Fremont Tribune 23 Jul 2021
Brent Hardin ... He will look to pass that love of music on to the next generation in Plattsmouth this school year. St. John the Baptist School officials announced this week that McGregor will be the new music teacher. He graduated from the University of Nebraska-Lincoln this spring and was a member of several musical organizations at the college ... John’s ... .
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Kearney's Neva Richter has been the faithful ‘trooper’ helping at the Buffalo County Fair for ...

The Grand Island Independent 23 Jul 2021
By GRACE McDONALD, Hub Staff Intern. KEARNEY — There’s one thing that excites Neva Richter just as much as Christmas, and that’s the Buffalo County Fair. The 92-year-old woman has worked there as a volunteer for nearly 47 years ... When Neva graduated from high school in 1947, she studied at the Nebraska State Teachers College in Kearney ... .
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SmartLab learning on the way for John Paul II Elementary

The Daily Republic 22 Jul 2021
... School doesn’t look like a space that would change the way its students learn and its teachers teach about technology ... A teacher at John Paul II for 12 years, she and her family recently moved to Nebraska briefly before returning to Mitchell to take the new position at the school.
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Letter: Educational ban is indoctrination

Lincoln Journal Star 21 Jul 2021
Even if the University of Nebraska were an elementary school, it would violate the academic freedom of both teachers and students to base its curriculum on an unexamined conception of America as the best of all ...
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Elementary school coordinator named principal at Cathedral

Lincoln Journal Star 21 Jul 2021
After earning her bachelor's in elementary education from the University of Nebraska-Lincoln, Miller received a master's in education with a reading teacher endorsement from Concordia University ... He replaced Jeremy Ekeler, who was principal from 2014-20 before joining the Nebraska Catholic Conference as its associate director for education policy.
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Lancaster County reports previously unrecorded COVID-19 death

Lincoln Journal Star 20 Jul 2021
Remembering lives lost in Southeast Nebraska. They were teachers and farmers and factory workers and homemakers ... They died from COVID-19, a virus that arrived in Nebraska in March 2020, claiming its first life in Lancaster County a month later ... We'd like to share the stories of others from Southeast Nebraska who have lost their lives to COVID-19.

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