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Tag Archives: schools
Some school officials say the Omaha state senator’s proposal will hurt, not help.
Talk about buyer’s remorse.
Facing projections of lopsided enrollment, the Millard school district last week seated a parent committee to help come up with solutions.
We all want to believe that our children are making good choices, but the fact is they’re kids.
Some districts are retrofitting doors with new locks that fasten by turning a knob or key on the classroom side of the door rather than on the hallway side only.
Members of Nebraska Parents for Public Education believe it’s time for parents to make their voices heard on K-12 education.
The open house events started Tuesday with Morton Magnet Middle and Burke High schools.
I’m coming to grips with the fact my daughter won’t get to experience one of my favorite childhood memories.
A little more than a month into the school year, the results are mixed
I’ve been picking out my boys clothes since they were born, and they are just now starting to flex some independence.
Summer vacation is over: It’s back to school today.
Starting kindergarten is one of the biggest milestones in a child’s life.
You want your child to be socially, academically and physically prepared to start “big-kids” school.
Today’s World-Herald featured a story on how families and school districts are adjusting to the state’s new eligibility date for kindergarten enrollment.
The Nebraska Legislature in 2010 changed the date when kids were eligible to attend kindergarten from Oct. 15 to July 31, effective this fall. That means kids who turn 5 in August, September and early October this year will have to wait another year to start kindergarten in the public schools.
That’s unless kids who now find themselves past the cut off can test into kindergarten.
The intent of the change was to shrink the gap in ages — and, potentially, abilities — among the state’s kindergarten students.
Click the headline to read the story and take an online kindergarten readiness exam.