ESU 13’s Migrant Education Program’s Bi-National Teacher Exchange program was recently featured in a Nebraska Loves Public Schools film. Each year, the program hosts teachers from Mexico, who come for six to eight weeks to teach in our district summer schools and provide extra instructional hours to our migrant students. The program fosters pride in Mexican heritage for students of Mexican descent, and offers a . . .
Several ESU13 member school district administrators presented a session at Administrator Days in Kearney recently. Administrators from all over Nebraska attend the three day conference to hear information from Nebraska Department of Education, Nebraska Council of Administrators and others. Chadron’s superintendent, Dr. Caroline . . .
The Nebraska Farm Bureau Foundation awarded two Nebraska teachers an all-expense paid trip to the National Agriculture in the Classroom Conference, June 20-24 in Litchfield Park, AZ. Judi Roach from North Elementary in Sidney was also honored as a 2016 Teacher of the Year and was awarded the trip to Arizona. “The conference has shown me what teaching agriculture looks like throughout the United States, across content areas . . .