The Condition of Education contains key indicators on all levels of education, labor force outcomes, and international comparisons that summarize important developments and trends which are updated throughout the year.
The Condition contains data spanning from early childhood to postsecondary and beyond, and covers topics such as enrollment, student achievement, teacher openings, and public school strategies for pandemic recovery.
Voices from the Region spotlights stakeholders in Region 11 and their work to improve educational opportunities and outcomes. R11CC is privileged to collaborate with and share the insights of Dr. Janice Garnett, a distinguished senior lecturer on educational leadership at the College of Education, Health, and Human Sciences at the University of Nebraska Omaha. The
The Office of English Language Acquisition (OELA) has a trio of free toolkits to help parents, educators, and administrators support these students.
More than 75% of multilingual learners speak Spanish, and many schools and districts have more than 100 languages represented among their students.
The practices that appear in this guide’s six recommendations highlight effective approaches to mathematics intervention that meet the needs of the students in small-group or one-on-one settings.
Evidence-Based Facilitator Guides: Improving Intermediate Academic Content and Literacy for English Learners
The purpose of these condensed practice guides developed by Nebraska DOE with REL Central is to offer evidence-based, actionable recommendations for high-quality early literacy instruction.
The 3Es initiative focuses on improving postsecondary outcomes for children and youth with disabilities by challenging the field to empower all who support transition services to improve outcomes.
The EdTech Evidence Toolkit includes four Evidence One-Pager and Blog Series and offers educational leaders support in using evidence to inform edtech adoption decisions in schools.