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Birth to age 5 programs: Early childhood reports

Description:

School districts across Nebraska provide early childhood programs for children birth through age 5, in both home- and center-based settings. These programs serve children who represent a full range of abilities, languages, and economic diversity of families within their community, often times through partnerships with community agencies. The resources found on this page should be used to support all aspects of school-district operated programs, including regulations, child and program outcomes, and reports. (author abstract) 

Contents:
•    2021-22 Early Childhood Education Report: Long Report
•    2020-21 Early Childhood Education Report: Long Report and Programs at a Glance Flyer
•    2019-20 Early Childhood Education Report: Programs at a Glance Flyer
•    2017-18 Early Childhood Education Report: Long Report and Programs at a Glance Flyer
•    2016-17 Early Childhood Education Report: Long Report
Other reports:
•    Early Childhood Grant Program Reports (ages 3-5)
•    IDEA, Parts B and C
•    State of the Schools Report
•    Endowment Report: Sixpence Annual Evaluation Report, 2016-2017

Resource Type:
Interactive Tools
Country:
United States
State(s)/Territories/Tribal Nation(s):
Nebraska

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