National Council of Teachers of English: A leading partner in giving educators a voice as the educational landscape changes and the needs of teachers from preK through college evolve.
Nebraska State Reading Association: The mission of the NSRA is to lead in the promotion of literacy in the state of Nebraska through collaboration, advocacy, and professional development.
Nebraska Arts Council: Stop here for information about the arts in Nebraska and grants that are available.
Get Ready to Read: A website designed to support educators, parents, and young children in the development of early literacy skills in the years before kindergarten.
Read Aloud Nebraska: This organization promotes healthy, successful children and families through reading aloud.
Nebraska Story Arts: They conduct events and outreach programs for schools, libraries and community agencies.
Nebraska Library Commission: A Nebraska site with many links to regional and statewide library resources.
Nebraska Humanities Council: This organization offers a variety of services from programs, grants, and speakers and ways to donate to support the council.
Nebraska Cultural Endowment: The mission of the Nebraska Cultural Endowment is to cultivate a legacy of stability, advocacy, and leadership for the arts and humanities in Nebraska.
Lincoln Children’s Museum: Lincoln Children’s Museum invites children to create, discover, and learn through the power of play.
Poetry Out Loud: This is a national poetry recitation competition and educational program that encourages students to learn about great poetry through memorization and performance.
Louder Than A Bomb: Great Plains: Hundreds of students from 40+ Nebraska and Iowa high schools spend hundreds of hours to create performance poetry
Nebraska Writers Collective: A non-profit organization that fosters personal empowerment and community-building in the Midwest through creative writing and performance poetry.
Institute for Holocaust Education: Provides quality Holocaust education programming across Nebraska and beyond. They offer resources and training for educators, as well as events for students and the general public.