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More from Inside Edition: https://www.youtube.com/user/cbstvdinsideedition?sub_confirmation=1 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.
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.
Nebraska City teacher facing charges after allegedly meeting a 16 year old boy for sex Subscribe to KETV on YouTube now for more: http://bit.ly/1emyaD5 Get more Omaha news: http://ketv.com Like us:http://facebook.com/ketv7 Follow us: http://twitter.com/KETV Google+: http://plus.google.com/+ketv
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.
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...
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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.
The fall semester has begun. One Turning Point USA campus organizer was brought to tears by the abuse. These committed conservative students need protection from deranged professors, who should be teaching and not trying to intimidate their students. https://www.campusreform.org/?ID=9649 Contribute to Students for Western Culture on RootBocks: https://rootbocks.com/dashboard/?creator_projects=1
Nebraska teacher moves on to knockout round of 'The Voice' - 17.03.2016 What a super-duper Tuesday it is! On The Voice, the battles have begun in earnest. In America, a baffling number of people are voting for Donald Trump. It is a pivotal night all around. On Team Christina, Shalyah Fearing dukes it out with Tamar Davis in an epic battle of "Lady Marmalade." Among other differences, Shalyah is 15 and in a family band, while Tamar Davis is 35 and used to be in proto–Destiny's Child. Even in a youth-oriented culture, it seems like young Shalyah has the immediate disadvantage here. She doesn't even know Beyoncé.
A research-based discussion focusing on how children's early brain development influences the directions of their lives, with host John Baylor, Dr. Samuel Meisels, Dr. Laura Jana, Julia Dadds, and Amy Bornemeier. For more videos, visit http://netnebraska.org/stateofed.
A teacher accused of running with a 13-year-old student is extradited.
WARD CONNERLY SAYS MINORITY TEACHERS IN NEBRASKA ARE CONTENT!
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.
We are so proud of you Jan!!!
Courtney Matulka, a science teacher at Beadle Middle School, pushes her students to ask not just "Why?" but also "What if?" Her creative teaching methods include "excavating" chocolate chips from cookies to teach kids about mining and leading Pictionary games focused on types of energy matter. Matulka's creative teaching strategies have driven up her students' standardized test scores in science each year since 2011. Matulka takes a holistic view of her role as an educator that goes beyond the classroom. "We know that all students will experience failure," she told KETV-7 after receiving the Nebraska 2015-16 Milken Educator Award from Governor Pete Ricketts and Dr. Jane Foley, Milken Educator Award Senior Vice President. "[Teaching] is giving them the skills on how to overcome those fail...
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Primarily Math is the story of outstanding Nebraska elementary teachers who have accepted the challenge to return to graduate school to study mathematics and the teaching of mathematics. It is also a story of the faculty and graduate students at the University of Nebraska–Lincoln who are engaging in research to help us learn more about the potential of programs such as Primarily Math to impact the achievement of young children as they begin their journey from the first day of kindergarten to high school graduation.
Promotional video to encourage high school students to become family and consumer sciences teachers