Education is the key to breaking the cycle of poverty says Grammy winning singer and humanitarian John Legend.
The Annie E. Casey Foundation recently released findings and recommendations from its 2nd Kids Count Policy Report of 2012.
25 Nebraska counties have schools that are eligible to participate in the free and reduced price lunch program, but currently have no summer feeding programs.
Kate Bolz, Executive Director for Nebraska Appleseed, says a new grant program recently approved in the legislature offers non-profit organizations the opportunity to bridge that gap.
She says Senator Norm Wallman introduced the legislation because 1 in 5 children in Nebraska is food insecure.
Cobweb Castle is the Omaha Children’s Museum’s not-so-scary haunted house.
Young people make up about a quarter of the electorate, and voting rights advocates say they’re a powerful collective force when they turn out to vote.
Prime Time Family Reading Time is a reading and discussion program for families with kids ages 6-10 who are struggling with their reading.
More than 4,000 schools around the world are set to participate in International Walk to School Day on Wednesday, October 3rd.
Nebraska has its first Inspector General of Child Welfare.
The Strategic Air and Space Museum was awarded a 2012 NASA Summer of Innovation Grant in July.
Sprawl: The Kent Bellows Studio Young Artist Exhibition opens Friday, August 3rd and continues throughout the month.