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Contact your AdvancED-Nebraska office any time!

2017 Continuous Improvement Workshops


All schools are welcome to attend these workshops – Frameworks and AdvancED

Gering CIP Workshop
Dates: September 18-19, 2017
Time: 8:00 a.m. – 3:30 p.m.
Location: Gering Civic Center, Gering, NE

York CIP Workshop
Dates: September 25-26, 2017
Time: 8:00 a.m. – 3:30 p.m.
Location: Holthus Convention Center, York, NE

Norfolk CIP Workshop
Dates: October 9-10, 2017
Time: 8:00 a.m. – 3:30 p.m.
Location:Lifelong Learning Center, Norfolk, NE

Kearney CIP Workshop
Dates: October 19-20, 2017
Time: 8:00 a.m. – 3:30 p.m.
Location: Educational Service Unit 10, Kearney, NE

Omaha CIP Workshop
Dates: October 24-25, 2017
Time: 8:00 a.m. – 3:30 p.m.
Location: Educational Service Unit 3, Omaha, NE

Freida Lange, State Liaison to AdvancED
freida.lange@nebraska.gov 

866-415-7367 (Toll Free) or 402-471-0955
402-471-4321 Fax

Mailing Address: AdvancED – Nebraska 
PO Box 95163
Lincoln, NE 68509

Shipping Address: AdvancED – Nebraska
6th Floor, Dept. of Education
301 Centennial Mall South
Lincoln, NE 68508

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Certification Investigations

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The purpose of the Certification Investigations’ Office is to ensure that individuals who hold a certificate issued by the Nebraska Department of Education adhere to the standards of professional conduct and ethics as set forth in Title 92, Nebraska Administrative Code, Chapter 27 (Rule 27).  A Standards of Conduct and Ethics for Holders of Public School Certificates pamphlet is available.

Pursuant to Title 92, Nebraska Administrative Code, Chapter 28 (Rule 28), the Department is authorized to receive, investigate, and prosecute complaints against Nebraska school certificate holders. Complaint forms filed with the Department may ultimately result in disciplinary action being taken against the certificate holder.  For more information, a Procedural Guidelines Pamphlet is available.

You may also search for whether an individual holds a current Nebraska certificate through the Teacher Certification Educator Certificate and Application Lookup Site.

View Recent Disciplinary Actions

 

Contact Us
P.O. Box 94933, Lincoln NE 68509
(402) 471-0312
 sara.hulac@nebraska.gov

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Data, Research, and Evaluation

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DRE Workgroups

  • NDE Helpdesk – Supporting the work of the Department and School Districts with data collections and submissions, technical questions, as well support for the multiple interfaces with Nebraska Schools. Specific support expertise includes the Nebraska Student and Staff Record System (NSSRS), the Grants Management System (GMS) and other NDE Portal applications. The NDE Help Desk will provide all users with a single, helpful, and friendly first point of contact for the Nebraska Department of Education web portal applications.
  • Research and Evaluation – Focusing on conducting research and evaluation projects that support a deeper understanding of the data, best practice, and supports for improving teaching and learning in Nebraska schools. The research group is also heavily involved in supporting the training and technical assistance of Nebraska schools in submitting data as well as in promoting the use of data and training for data literacy, analysis, and use among ESUs, districts, and schools.
  • Staff Data – Integrating the collection, refinement and use of the staff data to meet federal and state reporting requirements, ensuring effective integrations with programs (including teacher certification and school approval and accreditation), and working to publish a variety of useful reports are the primary responsibilities of the Staff Data work group.
  • Student Data – The key focus of the Student Data work group includes ensuring the collection, refinement, and use of the student data to meet federal and state reporting requirements; the effective integration with programs; and taking the lead on the annual State of the Schools Report (SOSR) and the Data Reporting System (DRS).
  • P-20 Data System – The integration of data sources across the spectrum for longitudinal analysis and reports provides an opportunity for information to inform both policy and practice. The efforts of the P-20 data systems include engagement of public postsecondary institutions in support of the long term engagement ot student success.

Data Sources:

State of the Schools: /state-of-the-schools-reports/

Data Reporting System: http://drs.education.ne.gov/Pages/

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Disciplinary Action

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The Certification Investigation Review is provided by the Certification Investigations’ Office of the Nebraska Department of Education. The documents set forth herein are copies of orders and reprimands issued by the State Board of Education, the Commissioner of Education, or the Nebraska Professional Practices Commission, involving Nebraska certificate holders, and copies of voluntary surrenders executed by Nebraska certificate holders, all of which are public records.

While every effort has been made to produce an exact replica of the order, reprimand, or voluntary surrender as it exists, the Nebraska Department of Education cannot guarantee the accuracy and completeness of the documents herein. A copy of the original written version of the documents herein is available by making a written request to the Certification Investigations’ Office, Nebraska Department of Education, P. O. Box 94933, Lincoln, NE 68509-4933. If you have any questions, comments, or corrections, email may be addressed to the following: nikki.sander@nebraska.gov


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Educator Effectiveness

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Educator Effectiveness Tenet SymbolEducator Effectiveness

 

Educator Effectiveness Belief Statement

The State Board believes that students should be surrounded by effective educators throughout their learning experiences such that schools and districts develop effective teachers and leaders who establish a culture of success.

Nebraska Strategic Vision and Direction – Outcomes and Goals for Educator Effectiveness

Outcome Statement: Assure students are supported by qualified/credentialed, effective teachers and leaders throughout their learning experiences.

Goal 7.1: By 2018, NDE will develop and implement a statewide teacher equity plan.

Goal 7.2: By 2020, 100% of Nebraska schools will utilize performance standards and a research-based evaluation system for all certificated staff as aligned to Rule 10.

Goal 7.3:  By 2022, 100% of Nebraska schools will be staffed by teachers who have or are actively pursuing a teaching certificate with the appropriate endorsement for the subject(s) and grade level(s) of the course(s) being taught.

 

Video Overview of the Nebraska Model System of Evaluation

Nebraska Model System for Teacher and Principal Evaluation (8 minute screencast)

2017-2018 Educator Evaluation Grant Competition – Congratulations!

Congratulations to the following recipients of the 2017-2018 Educator Evaluation Grant Awards!  Grant funds will help these school districts update or enhance their existing educator evaluation systems and processes, with an emphasis on system alignment to the Nebraska Model System of Evaluation.

Blue Hill Community Schools

Chadron Public Schools

Grand Island Public Schools

Seward Public Schools

Sidney Public Schools

Westside Community Schools

Policies and Reports

Guidance Documents

Rubrics

Effective Practices Rubrics

Professional Growth Plan Rubrics

SLO/PLO/Action Plan Rubrics

Forms (interactive/fillable)

Comprehensive Evaluation Forms

Professional Growth/Improvement/Assistance Plans

SLO/PLO/Action Plan Forms

Record Keeping Forms

Webinar Links

Archives (note that updated, current versions of these documents are located above)

 

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Educator Preparation

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WELCOME TO THE EDUCATOR PREPARATION HOME PAGE

Quick Link News

Content Test Scores Updated – 8-18-16

Content Testing FAQ – updated 12-18-15


Preparing quality teachers and other professional educators for the State of Nebraska is a vital component of the Nebraska Department of Education’s mission. The Teacher Education Program Approval section is charged with the responsibility of reviewing and approving teacher and administrator education programs that lead to certification to teach, administer and provide special services in schools. There are 16 institutions in the state with approved educator preparation programs.

Primary responsibilities of the Educator Preparation Section:

  • Review and approve educator preparation programs in Nebraska. The standards and procedures are outlined in Rule 20, Regulations for the Approval of Teacher Education Programs; Rule 21, Issuance of Certificates and Permits to Teach, Counsel, Supervise and Administer in Nebraska Schools; Rule 23, Regulations for the Basic Skills Competency Testing of Teachers and Administrators; and Rule 24, Regulations for Certificate Endorsements and the accompanying Guidelines.

  • Provide leadership to the Nebraska Council on Teacher Education (NCTE) where Nebraska education associations and local representatives work as partners to assure high standards for Nebraska educator preparation and certification, with the ultimate goal of providing PK-12 students the best educational opportunities possible.

  • Oversight of Nebraska’s Excellence in Teaching Act, which provides forgivable loans to candidates seeking their initial certification (AETP) and to current teachers seeking an advanced degree (EETP) under Rule 25, Regulations Governing the Excellence in Teaching Act.

  • Survey Nebraska school districts annually to determine teacher shortage areas.  The data from the Teacher Shortage Survey is then summarized and communicated to the US Department of Education (USDE) and educational entities throughout the state.

  • Manage the Teach in Nebraska web site; a free service of the Nebraska Department of Education for the state’s K-12 schools seeking to employ persons with teaching or administrative certificates in professional capacities, and for persons seeking employment in such positions.

  • Oversight of Nebraska’s Master Teacher Program, which provides support for National Board for Professional Teaching Standards (NBPTS) certification registration fees and an annual salary bonus for Nebraska teachers who hold the NBPTS credential under Rule 22, Regulations Governing the Master Teacher Program.

 

 

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English Learner Programs

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The purposes of Title III are to:

  1. Improve the education of English Learners by assisting them attain English proficiency, attain high levels of academic achievement in English and meet challenging academic standards. AND

  2. Provide enhanced instructional opportunities for immigrant children and youth.

Contact Information

Terri Schuster, 402-471-4694
terri.schuster@nebraska.gov

Brooke David, 402 471-2451
brooke.david@nebraska.gov

 

Updates and Announcements

Here is a list of resources that NDE has made available this year to help support English Learner Programs.

ELL Learning Modules
NDE is partnering with Nebraska educators and administrators to develop learning modules for schools and districts related to services for English Learners.  Four modules are now available.

  • Welcoming and Identifying English Learners
  • Language Instruction Educational Programs
  • Staffing
  • Program Review

To access the first module, click on ELL Learning Modules on the right under Professional Development. You will need to create a free Moddle account to access this resource.

ELA_ELP Alignment Work
This spring, NDE and the NorthCentral Comprehensive Center hosted ELA and ELL Teachers to work on a standards alignment document.  This work resulted in a process for aligning standards and working with ELA and literacy teachers to support English Learners. The final document including sample lessons is available here. You can also access the documents under State Resources, Nebraska English Language Proficiency (ELP) Standards.

Program Review: The Written Report Guidance
Under Rule 15, English Learner Programs are required to submit a written report of their annual program review.  This written report should be kept on file in the superintendent’s office and available to the public.  Guidance on the written report can be found here.

Book Study Guide for Classroom Instruction that Works for English Language Learners, 2nd Edition. 

This resource is a Book Study Guide that accompanies the second edition of Classroom Instruction that Works with English Language Learners published by McREL International. 

 

Title III – National Origin Calendar

 

 

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Expanded Learning Opportunities

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Quality Afterschool and Summer Opportunities for Nebraska K-12 Youth

What is an ELO?

The term Expanded Learning Opportunities (ELOs) describes an array of safe and structured programs that offer healthy growth, development and academic opportunities for youth.

In Nebraska, 21st Century Community Learning Centers (21st CCLCs) are ELOs that provide educational and enrichment opportunities for K-12 youth when they’re not in school (afterschool, during the summer and/or days when school is not in session).  The priority for a 21st CCLC is to provide hands-on learning and positive youth development experiences for students who may have an opportunity gap, such as living in poverty, or are highly mobile, or are limited English proficient, or those who may start the school year learning below their grade level.

The framework for 21st Century Community Learning Center ELOs is school/community partnerships that offer a range of supervised activities, intentionally designed to encourage learning and development outside the typical school day yet aligned with the school day goals and objectives.  Click here for more information on the 21st Century Community Learning Center program in Nebraska.

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Federal Programs

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Education is primarily a State and local responsibility in the United States. It is States and communities, as well as public and private organizations of all kinds, that establish schools and colleges, develop curricula, and determine requirements for enrollment and graduation. These federal programs assist in completing the educational goals of our students.

Foster Care and Title I

Nebraska Educator Equity Plan

Committee of Practitioner’s Meeting Information

Allocations 2017-2018

Grants Management (GMS) and Finance

2014 Federal Programs Conference ( Updated 2015)

2015 Administrators’ Days Presentations

2016 Administrators’ Days Presentations

2017 Administrator Days Presentations

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General Policy Statements

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GENERAL EDUCATION POLICY STATEMENTS

Topic

Number

Date of Adoption/Revision/
Reaffirmation

Date of Expiration

    

Nondiscrimination and Equal Educational Opportunity in Schools

G1
03/06/15

03/06/19

Accountability for a Quality Education System, for Today and Tomorrow (AQuESTT)

G2
10/02/15

10/02/19

Reading/Writing

G4
10/06/11

04/03/19

Policy for School Counseling

G5
10/02/15

10/02/19

Policy for Virtual Education

G6
11/09/12

11/09/16

Expanded Learning Opportunities
G7
09/06/13

09/06/17

Developing Global Competence

G8
11/06/15

11/06/19

Anti-Bullying

G11
12/04/15

12/04/19

American Sign Language

G18
10/02/15

10/02/19

Standards, Assessment, and Accountability (SAA) Belief Statements

G19
11/09/12

11/09/16

Model Policy to Prevent Dating Violence

G20
05/05/17

05/05/21

Policy for Coordinated School Health

G21
05/05/17

05/05/21

Policy on Data Access and Use

G22
01/07/14

01/07/18

 

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Migrant Education Program

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About the Nebraska Migrant Education Program (MEP)

The Nebraska Migrant Education Program (MEP) has been working to ensure that migrant children fully benefit from the same free public education provided to other children. To achieve this, the MEP supports educational programs for migrant children to help reduce the educational disruptions and other problems that result from repeated moves.

An Overview of the Nebraska Migrant Education Program

New Resources

2017-2018 Title I Part C Migrant Education Program Suballocations (posted 9.12.2017)

State Profile 2017-18 (posted 5.15.2017)

Continuous Improvement Cycle Overview 12-9-16 (pdf)

MEP Profile Booklet (posted 12.29.2016)

MEP Profile Booklet – Spanish (posted 1.19.2017)

Who We Are/Who We Serve – English (posted 5.15.2017)

Who We Are/ Who We Serve – Spanish (posted 11.13.2017)

Newsletters and Articles

Nebraska MEP Newsletter Feb. 2014 Edition

Health Survey from UNMC

Proteus March 2015 Newsletter

 

Nebraska Department of Education | Migrant Education Program | 301 Centennial Mall South – PO Box 94987 | Lincoln, NE 68509

 

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Multicultural/Diversity Education

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Power of the Role Models: interactive, downloadable–updated May 2016

Standards

NDE standards has incorporated multicultural education. Visit the weblink to review by content area.

Standards Webpage

 

Power of the Role Models

Interactive website displaying Native American’s from Nebraska and their occupations.

https://sites.google.com/a/education.ne.gov/power-of-role-models/

 

 

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Nebraska Adult Education and GED®

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Effective March 6, 2017, Vicki Bauer has retired from the Nebraska Department of Education. Tate Lauer is the current State Adult Education Director and GED® Administrator.

Scoring change: The revised Rule 81 (Rules and Regulations for the High School Equivalency Program)
effective April 27, 2016 confirms that the State of Nebraska has adopted the updated passing score for each of the four GED® tests as recommended by GED® Testing Service. The passing score is now 145 instead of 150. The GED® with Honors score has been replaced by two new score levels that show a graduate is ready for college or a career-training program, and in some cases eligible to earn college credits: GED® College Ready (165-174) and GED® College Ready + Credit (175-200).

The new score levels represent the full range of abilities of today’s high school graduates, whether the person is meeting minimum graduation standards or ready for college and beyond. An extensive analysis of GED® test takers and high school graduate data was examined to determine this score change.

If you took a GED® test module between January 1, 2014 and April 26, 2016 and earned a score between 145-149 on that subject, your records have been updated to show that you have passed that test. If, because of this change, you’ve now passed all four GED® test subject areas, you are eligible to receive a State of Nebraska Department of Education High School Diploma* and should soon receive the information that you’ll need to obtain your Diploma and/or Official Transcripts through the Nebraska Department of Education. If you have not received notification through the mail from the State Department of Education 14 days after you have received email notification from GED® Testing Service that you’ve passed all four tests, contact shirley.gruntorad@nebraska.gov.

*See Rule 81 for diploma qualifications

Adult Education and Nebraska GED®

Thank you for visiting the home page of the Nebraska GED® and Adult Education programs. From this page you can request duplicate GED® diplomas, GED® transcripts and find the Nebraska GED® testing center and/or Nebraska Adult Education classes nearest you. Read testimonials from successful GED® graduates. Test-takers can also register online by visiting http://www.gedtestingservice.com/ged-testing-service. You will see test centers located closest to the address you provide.

The section of the Nebraska Department of Education is responsible for statewide planning and evaluation, promoting interagency cooperation and coordination, public education and awareness, teacher training, curriculum research and development, resource inventory, staff assistance to local programs, funding, and program and project development at state and local levels.

Mission

Our mission is to provide educational opportunities for adults to improve their literacy skills to a level requisite for effective citizenship and productive employment. This includes preparation for and successful completion of the high school equivalency program.

Interested in Distance Education?

Nebraska Adult Education offers two programs. Contact your local Adult Education program or call 877/327-6433 for more information.

USA Learns is an online instructional program for English as a Second Language (ESL) students. It was originally developed by the US Department of Education, but is now administered through the Sacramento County California Office of Education. The program is free; it can be utilized both in and out of the classroom. Students must attend class along with utilizing USA Learns outside the classroom. It has three distinct courses: beginning, intermediate, and high level; the three main areas of learning are: survival skills, workplace skills, and the practice of reading and writing.

I-Pathways is an online instructional program designed for the GED® prep student; one who scores at least at the 9th grade level on the TABE reading, level D assessment. Nebraska offers it as a hybrid model in which a student comes to class at least two times a month to check-in with the instructor. AE programs do offer appropriate students the online instruction option after the TABE pre-testing is done and the instructor visits with an individual to determine if he/she is a good candidate for distance learning.

Reality Check Video

During the Career Pathways workshops this past summer, we showed the video Reality Check. That particular version was written for the Career and Technical Education (CTE) program here at NDE.  We then asked the creator, Kevin Fleming, to change parts of it so that the entire video addresses our AE students. Click HERE to watch the new version for Adult Education!

Library Materials Available for Check Out to
Nebraska’s Adult Education Staff

The State ABE Office of NDE has a lending library of materials for both AE and ESL. Some are for instructors and others are resources containing practical ideas and exercises to be used with students. Read the descriptions and if you should decide you would like to peruse some, please call or e-mail Jim: 402/471-4806 jim.lukesh@nebraska.gov
Many of the resources contain EXCELLENT material for students struggling in specific areas. Other materials would make WONDERFUL additions to, or a basis for staff development sessions. If you would like to preview or discuss any of the materials, just drop in or contact Jim. Materials can be checked out for 6 weeks (longer if not in demand).

How to Request GED® Records

All requests for duplicate diplomas, transcripts and verification of GED® completions must be in writing. No confidential information will be given out over the telephone. The $2 fee (payable to the Nebraska Department of Education) is required for transcripts and duplicate diplomas.
Verification requests from potential employers, background investigators, and/or others must include a signed release from the individual along with the person’s printed name, date of birth, and approximate year of successful completion. These requests may be scanned and emailed to shirley.gruntorad@nebraska.gov or faxed to 402/471-0117. Please allow 48 hours for verification requests; two weeks for duplicate diploma and transcript requests. Contact us.

GED® Advisory

Please be advised that the State of Nebraska High School diploma can be neither earned nor obtained via the Internet or through correspondence programs. If you take a test on the Internet that claims to be the GED® Tests, it is not a legitimate program. The tests of General Educational Development (GED® tests) developed by the General Educational Development Testing Service of the American Council on Education (GED® Testing Service) require extensive preparation and the demonstration of a high level of high school knowledge and academic skills.

The GED® tests are administered in Nebraska only at official GED® testing centers under the direction of the Nebraska Department of Education, Nebraska Adult Education section. Any other high school equivalency diploma not issued by the Nebraska Department of Education or other Nebraska GED® testing authority may be of dubious value and may not be accepted by employers, colleges and universities or the military.

 

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Nebraska Events

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Nebraska Career Education Conference
Younes Conference Center & Holiday Inn Convention Center – Kearney, NE
Click the above link for conference information & updates.

The NCE Conference will offer sessions focused on “how to” infuse entrepreneurship into career technical education classes and programs.  In addition, the 2nd Annual NCE Conference Innovative Educators Quick Pitch competition will offer an opportunity for any Career Education teacher, school counselor, or administrator to share their great work with others…for cash prizes. 
Pitches of innovative ideas are judged in three categories:

  • Innovative CTSO Activity
  • Effective Community Outreach
  • Outstanding Classroom Best Practice

 

Click here for the 2017-2018 Entrepreneurship Events, Competitions, and Conference in Nebraska.

 

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Office of Early Childhood

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Our Vision: All young Nebraska children are
secure, healthy, and successful.

The Office of Early Childhood provides leadership, guidance and support to:

  • develop high quality environments for young children;

  • promote equitable access to inclusive programs and services for all children from birth through age eight;

  • facilitate state and community partnerships that address the needs of young children and their families; and,

  • provide professional development, technical assistance and resources for personnel in early childhood care and education settings.

Activities of the Office of Early Childhood include the development and implementation of policy, data collection and evaluation, leadership for systems development of early childhood initiatives, and collaboration among programs and agencies.

The Office of Early Childhood carries out the work of the Early Childhood Training Center, which disseminates an extensive print and media collection of early childhood resources, maintains a comprehensive training calendar, manages a broad array of training opportunities for early childhood personnel and families, and facilitates the state’s integrated early childhood professional development system.

The Office of Early Childhood works jointly with the NDE Office of Special Education and the Head Start State Collaboration Office (HSSCO), and provides support for the Early Childhood Interagency Coordinating Council (ECICC).

Early Learning Guidelines Trainer Application

Click here for new information about training approval!

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Special Education

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Office of Special Education

 
Alternative Assessment Criteria – The Alternate Assessment information is new and the Alternate Assessment Criteria document is required to be completed. 
IEP Team Decision Making Flow Chart
Public Reporting and Determinations Guides
Part B Levels of Determination 2017
Part C Levels of Determination 2017
District Phase II TIP
District Phase II TIP Report
TIP Supplementary GuidanceTIP Review Tool

PDF of Prior Written Guidance Document
PDF of Shortened Day and Transition Guidance Document

ECICC Biennial Report to the Governor
New Guidance from the U.S. Department of Education Office for Civil Rights
Colleague Letter and Resource Guide on Students with ADHD
Know Your Rights – Students with ADHD
Maintenance of Effort
Worksheet and Tracking Tool

Federal Proposed Regulations on Significant Disproportionality
Federal Study and State Analysis of Disproportionality

New Technical Assistance Document Available
Significant Disproportionality Guidance Document

 

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Teacher Certification

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Section A

I want to be a Nebraska Educator and I have never held any Nebraska Certificate

Teaching Certificates & Permits

Administrative Certificates & Permits

Special Services Certificates & Permits

Section B

I am a Nebraska Educator and want to renew, update or advance my Certificate

Certificate ApplicationRenewals
Adding EndorsementsSupporting Forms

 

Section C

State Requirements

Human Relations Training Praxis I Series – Core Academic Skills
Special Education Training

Praxis Subject Assessment (Content Test)

 

Fingerprint Requirements

Section D

Searches

Current Application Status AND  
Current Certificates & HR Training LookupCertification Investigations

Section E

Detailed Certification Information

Certification ManualCertification Terms

Section F

Protocol for Administrators

Conditional Permit RequestLocal Substitute Request
Major Changes in Rule 21  
teacher certificat linklink to Administrative Certificates and PermitsLink to Special Services Certificates and Permith

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