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New report details Circle of Security™ – Parenting successes

This summer, Nebraska Children and Families Foundation commissioned a report on the effectiveness of Circle of Security – Parenting™ as it’s been implemented in communities across the state, and the results show that the program has been a resounding success

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Posted in Cradle to career, Early Childhood, News and Events

Our new Early Childhood leader has a passion for school readiness

Amy joined Nebraska Children and Families Foundation on August 19, taking over the leadership role on early childhood programs, including the Sixpence Early Learning Fund. She comes to us from the Nebraska Department of Education’s Early Childhood Office, where she

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Posted in Early Childhood

A night at the movies: Standing Up To Poverty

On Tuesday, July 7, more than 80 people gathered at NET’s community room in Lincoln to screen Standing Up To Poverty. This 30-minute filmed was created by Nebraska Loves Public Schools ( with a grant from the Sherwood Foundation. It

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Posted in Middle Childhood

How can we stop summer learning loss? Support summer learning.

By Jeff Cole, Associate Vice President of School-Community Partnerships As we ease into the break from our school year routines, enjoying the beautiful weather that has blessed Nebraska this spring, it is easy for us to forget that learning never

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Posted in Middle Childhood

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