Maps, Interactive of Ethnic Population in Schools

Maps

Google maps with multicultural population that is significant. They are interactive and will give you the poverty/mobility rates, school website, website and the number of multicultural youth per school population.

*NOTE:

Definitions to the maps are included. Ethnic color flags may differ with each map. PLEASE read the legend provided for each map.

2014-2015 Maps

Ethnicty Maps are available. MAPS

  • Districts over 25% minority
  • Individual race maps for Hispanic, African American, Native American and Two/More races.

2012-2013 Maps

2011-2012 Maps

2010-2011 Maps

https://www.google.com/maps/d/embed?mid=zE_XaSyP1OZo.kbkoRav9QPlQ&usp=sharing

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Native Daughters Curriculum Companion

 

What is new???

  • all handouts linked
  • all outside resources linked
  • added information from University of Nebraska Native Daughter’s website
  • interactive videos
  • updated information

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Resources

 

Equity Took Kit March 2013
Diversity Performance Report 2011 of Nebraska Public Schools
Diversity Performance Report 2010 of Nebraska Public Schools

 

Empowering Teacher Guides

Both guides were written/developed by Nebraska educators.

Took Kits

Partnering 4 Student: Native American Students and the Indian Child Welfare Acts (external link)

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Newsletters/Hot Topics/EBlasts

If you would like to be on our mailing lists, please email Peg Kirby at peg.kirby@nebraska.gov.

Newsletters Section
Hot Topic Section
EBlasts Section

We are Digital…Two Options

2014-2015 PDF

 

Digital

One year of digital newsletters in one location

2015-2016 PDF

 

 

2013-2014 PDF

2012-2013 PDF

2011-2012 PDF

2010-2011

2009-2010

2008-2009

 

October 2011: Nice Try, Flu Bug
September 2011: What can we see? Oops!
August 2011: What are we concerned about
May 2011: Healthy Summer Starts NOW
April 2011: Pomp and Circumstance Time

March 2011: Time Management for All Ages
February 2011: AWESOME, Ahhhs of life
January 2011: Do all tables have legs?
December 2010: Is it computer or HUMAN?
November 2010: National Family Week
October 2010: Have we become a throw away society?
September 2010: Teen Reading
May 2010: Cyberethics

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Contact Us

Contact Staff

Frieda Lange, Administrator
Approval and Accreditation
402.471.2444
Frieda.lange@nebraska.gov

Peg Kirby, Staff Assistant
Multicultural/Diversity Education
402.471.4677
Email: peg.kirby@nebraska.gov

 

Nebraska Department of Education
301 Centennial Mall South
Lincoln NE 68509

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Title VII Information

U.S. Department of Education
Title VII, Office of Indian Education

The Indian Education Formula Grants to Local Educational Agencies Program provides grants to support local educational agencies (LEAs) in reforming and improving elementary and secondary programs that serve Indian students.

The Department funds comprehensive programs that are designed to help Indian students meet the same State academic content and student academic achievement standards used for all students while addressing the language and cultural needs of Indian student. Such programs include supporting the professional development of teachers of Indian students.

U.S. Department of Education webpage on Section 701

U.S. Department of Education formula Grants Application Resources

Office of Indian Education Resources and Related Sites

 

 

 

 

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