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Creighton University and the College of Saint Mary are partnering on an accelerated law degree program.

Nebraska Appleseed wants the Unicameral to study for-profit colleges to determine if those schools are engaging in “problematic practices.”

The theme of this year’s Future City Competition is Waste Not, Want Not.

Two dozen projects in western Iowa and eastern Nebraska will be funded in part with grants from the Iowa West Foundation.

A program providing supports for college-bound low-income students is continuing to expand.

LINCOLN, Neb. (AP) —The president of the University of Nebraska could get a raise of more than $10,000 at next week's Board of Regents meeting.

Bellevue University opens Military Veteran Services Center

Jun 7, 2013

Bellevue University’s campus is growing with the addition of a Military Veteran Services Center.

12 member OPS board's final meeting Monday

Jun 3, 2013
OPS

Tonight is the final meeting of the Omaha Public Schools’ 12-member board.

A measure approved in last year’s legislature will provide grant funds to create partnerships between non-profit organizations and educational institutions.

OPS students' math, reading test scores improve

Nov 21, 2012

Test scores are improving in Nebraska’s largest school district, but Omaha Public Schools officials say there’s still work to do.

OPS board sets December 17th date to name new superintendent

Nov 20, 2012

The Omaha Public Schools board plans to start interviewing candidates for superintendent next week.

LINCOLN, Neb. (AP) — The State Board of Education and the Nebraska Department of Education will hold public meetings from five cities around the state to discuss social studies standards.

New middle school to carry name of Tuskegee Airman

Nov 9, 2012

A new middle school in Omaha will bear the name of a 1937 Tech High School graduate and Tuskegee Airman.

OPS board seats on Tuesday's ballot

Nov 5, 2012

Six Omaha Public Schools board seats are on Tuesday’s general election ballot.

Sokolof Lecture focuses on civil rights movement

Nov 1, 2012

The relationship between the Jewish and African-American communities, and their roles in the civil rights movement, is the topic of a lecture Thursday at UNO.

Voters in the Papillion-La Vista School District will decide November 6 if the district should borrow $59.6 million for two new elementary schools and renovations to six buildings.

Creighton University celebrates Asian Culture Week

Oct 9, 2012

A new exhibit and lecture this week at Creighton University celebrate Asian culture.

A national search for the Omaha Public Schools’ new superintendent has yielded 78 candidates so far.

Enrollment at UNMC is at a record high this fall with 3,655 students, an increase of almost one-percent over last year.

The interim superintendent of the Omaha Public Schools says the district needs to examine the organization of its central office and communication with taxpayers.

A state Senator from Omaha says he’ll introduce legislation in January requiring school board members to undergo yearly training.

Iowa Governor, Lt. Governor taking education platform statewide

Sep 12, 2012

Iowa Governor Terry Branstad and Lieutenant Governor Kim Reynolds will be in Council Bluffs Thursday to talk about education reform.

For the 7th year in a row, enrollment at the University of Nebraska at Omaha has grown.

OPS board to name new superintendent in December

Aug 27, 2012

The Omaha Public Schools board wants to have a new superintendent hired by the end of 2012.

A state Senator from Omaha wants all public school board members to have professional development training.

Freddie Gray to continue as OPS board president

Aug 6, 2012

The Omaha Public Schools board will move forward with Freddie Gray as president.

OPS board to decide if Freddie Gray keeps leadership role

Aug 6, 2012
Katie Schubert/KIOS-FM

The Omaha Public Schools Board could have a new president after Monday. The board is scheduled to vote Monday night on whether Freddie Gray will remain as president.

Some students in the Springfield Platteview Community Schools will return to class August 16th with new technology.

OPS introduces interim superintendent

Aug 1, 2012
Katie Schubert, KIOS-FM

The new interim superintendent of the Omaha Public Schools says she has three priorities moving forward.

The former leader of the Ralston Public Schools will be OPS’ new interim superintendent.

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