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The Tennessee Bureau of Investigation (TBI) said images posted by Nebraska police of a "possible" sighting of the missing 15-year-old Tennessee teen and her teacher are not the pair. The people in the sighting, which was captured on surveillance video at a McDonald's Sunday night, looked similar to the duo, who have not been seen for three weeks. The Kearney Police Department in Nebraska posted the images of the people they said were possibly Elizabeth Thomas, 15, and Tad Cummins, 50.
More from Inside Edition: http://bit.ly/2bF0iuC Nebraska police say they have a "possible" sighting of the missing 15-year-old Tennessee teen and her teacher after surveillance cameras may have captured the duo at a McDonald's Sunday night. Cops in Kearney posted: "It is possible we had a spotting of the victim and suspect of a Columbia, TN Amber Alert in Kearney this evening." They also posted images of people they say could possibly Elizabeth Thomas and Tad Cummins inside a McDonald's.
Married Nebraska schoolteacher, 27, is jailed for 90 days after having sex with a male student on his 16th birthday http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-4707156/Married-teacher-jailed-90-days-sex-student.html Previously: New poll shows Hillary Clinton more unpopular than Donald Trump https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=V2vJhS-fYMQ Megyn Kelly's Sunday show slips to new low in the ratings https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=p29UeOZHs_4 Delta Airlines and Ann Coulter at war https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QEj6u2A6gNs PA prostitute 'charged men $60 to molest her daughter' & other news https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fJDcsyjqMgw FBI escalates investigation into Sanders' wife https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-e-_RqkpqbA North Korea sealed behind electric barbed wire to stop escapes https://www.youtub...
A teacher accused of running with a 13-year-old student is extradited.
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From initial training to continued professional development, discover how schools equip teachers to work with diverse needs and continue to impact the lives of our students. By NElovesPS. For more videos, visit http://netnebraska.org/stateofed.
How do we maintain time-honored and proven, quality instruction methods while at the same time embracing new approaches to ensure that all students, especially those from the most challenging educational environments, enjoy the same opportunities to thrive that Nebraska students have enjoyed for decades? Panelists: Kristi Bundy, Anna Crenshaw, Rostia Force, Michael Fryda, Jim Glenn-Hash, Zachary Mapes, Christopher Wiley. For more videos, visit http://netnebraska.org/stateofed.
Nebraska Farm Bureau Foundation recently surprised a Highland Elementary Teacher in Omaha with the 2017 Teacher of the Year award. Matt Koth was honored for his outstanding ability to incorporate agriculture into his classroom through innovative ideas.
This month we celebrate 150 years of Nebraska’s statehood. Today, we’re taking time to honor and reflect on the pioneers who established and shaped our state’s character. The Homestead Act. Arbor Day. The unicameral legislature. The North Platte Canteen. The Pilger tornadoes. These are just a few stories of our state’s history over the last 150 years. Each one illustrates the pioneering spirit of hard work, stewardship of the land, and care for our neighbor that makes our state so great. Happy Birthday, Nebraska! May the legacy of the homesteaders, caretakers of the land, statesmen, and volunteers guide you forever.
Not the most athletic bunch, but they sure know how to teach. #Prescottfaculty
University of Nebraska education researcher Lorraine Males earned a Faculty Early Career Development Program award from the National Science Foundation to research how teachers currently approach textbooks. Her work will develop teacher education materials for college-level courses, with the goal of better preparing students for future teaching positions. http://news.unl.edu/newsrooms/today/article/males-career-award-to-boost-teacher-education-student-learning/
I use my adventures to create teachable moments about the world for our students. But, that is not why I do it.
Mattie Trejo, Belmont Elementary School third grade teacher, thinks she is getting a Cougar Pride Citizens award from her students...but she is getting a whole lot more from Lincoln North Star High School teacher Tim Amen! From Lincoln Public Schools in Lincoln, Nebraska - http://lps.org
We are so proud of you Jan!!!