From cradle to career, we create permanent change for Nebraska's children.
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Giving Nebraska's most vulnerable babies and toddlers the nurturing to reach their full potential.
Helping at-risk youth across Nebraska learn the skills and access the services they need to become contributing, stable adults.
live in poverty.
will be homeless.
is set by age 3.
Language and literacy development Words are thoughts. The more words your child hears in his first years, the better positioned he will be to understand more advanced concepts in school. This does NOT mean that you need to do word... Continue Reading →
As the first day of kindergarten approaches, your child may be nervous, excited, afraid or feeling all of these emotions. And that’s OK! Helping your child feel excited and prepared for kindergarten makes the first day easier for him and... Continue Reading →
Social and emotional skills –not academic skills– are most predictive of success in kindergarten. When a 5-year-old enters kindergarten, she’ll be best positioned for success if she can sit and listen to the teacher, get along with other students, keep... Continue Reading →
If your child is already in a care setting that has a preschool program that you like, that’s great news. For many Nebraska families, however, their 3- and 4-year-olds will be starting preschool after being in a home-based setting. For... Continue Reading →