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English Language Arts
Draft Standards

2014 Administrators' Days

2014 Administrators’ Days Program, Electronic handouts, and iBook

State Board of Education Report

Highlights of the State Board of Education meetings on August 7-8, 2014

McREL Alignment Study for Mathematics

Report Executive Summary of the McREL Alignment Study for Mathematics
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Comparison of the Common Core State Standards for Mathematics to the Nebraska Mathematics Standards
Grades K-12 Click Here

Comparison of the Nebraska Mathematics Standards to the Common Core State Standards for Mathematics Grades K-12 Click Here

Adopted Timeline for Standards Review
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SIX SCHOOLS NAMED NATIONAL BLUE RIBBON SCHOOLS

Bloomfield Jr-Sr High School in Bloomfield, Elgin Elementary School in Elgin, Mount Michael Benedictine School in Elkhorn and Norwood Park Elementary School in Lincoln have been named 2012 National Blue Ribbon Schools by the U.S. Department of Education.
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NeSA 2013 Writing Results

NeSA Reading, Mathematics, Science and Grade 4 Writing Test Results

Superintendent/ESU Administrator Transparency Act

Superintendent/ESU Administrator
Transparency Pay Act
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LB 1103 Statewide Vision for
Education in Nebraska

The Education Committee of the Legislature has taken the first steps to develop a common statewide vision for education in Nebraska by posting an initial Vision, Mission, and Goals and requesting feedback from Nebraskans.

Access this survey at the following link:  http://news.legislature.ne.gov/edu/

McREL Alignment Study for Language Arts

Executive Summary of the McREL Alignment Study for Language Arts
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Comparison of the Common Core State Standards for the English Language Arts to the Nebraska Language Arts Standards Grades K-12 Click Here

Comparison of the Nebraska Language Arts Standards to the Common Core State Standards for the English Language Arts Grades K-12 Click Here

Adopted Timeline for Standards Review
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Council on Student Attendance

The Council on Student Attendance was created by the Legislature in 2014 and the State Board of Education must appoint a school board member, a student attending a public school, two parents who have children attending school, a superintendent of a school district, a county attorney, and a representative of a community or advocacy organization. 
Access the Application Form.

Community Eligibility Provision and Title I

Matthew Blomstedt Named Education Commissioner

Blomstedt

The Nebraska State Board of Education has named Matthew Blomstedt of Central City the new Nebraska Commissioner of Education.
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Teacher Principal Performance Frameworks

Teacher Principal Performance Framework
Adopted by
The Nebraska State Board of Education November 9, 2011