UNL hopes to find a way to get off of the American Association of University Professors' censure list.
A detention notification intended for a handful students who were tardy the previous day went to all Lincoln North Star students. And their parents.
UNL's Title IX office, among other tasks, investigates sexual harassment and sexual violence cases at the university.
U.S. Sen. Ben Sasse, a Nebraska Republican and member of the Senate Select Committee on Intelligence, issued a statement regarding the charges.
School administrators have halted distribution of a Nebraska high school yearbook in part because of a story that honors a journalism teacher for how she dealt with the death of her son only 96 minutes after his birth.
Based on a tip, Omaha police officers searched the home and a vehicle, finding stashes of marijuana and mushrooms. The case against the teacher was dropped after her husband said the drugs belonged to him.
Jeremy Maskel, a former TV reporter who later served as spokesman for the Ralston Public Schools, is the new Omaha Public Schools spokesman. His salary will be $139,735.
An Omaha banker wants to take the former Dana College campus and use it to address two problems: homeless former foster care youths and Nebraska’s workforce shortage.
Two Nebraska-based consultants also have been hired at lower pay rates, reflecting in part lower travel expenses.
The school board is expected to vote on the changes at its Sept. 16 meeting.
“If you let a child keep going up in grades without the ability to read, they’re not going to do well in school,” State Sen. Lou Ann Linehan said.
The city funds are a fraction of the funding for Police Athletics for Community Engagement, which expects to serve more than 5,000 kids this year in free baseball, soccer and flag football. Each team has at least one police officer as a coach.
Susan Fritz is serving as interim president while the NU Board of Regents seeks a permanent president. Fritz has told the regents that she will not compete for the permanent presidency, a position that might be filled late this year. So her presidency is short-term.
A lockout means there is something going on outside the school that could pose a threat to those inside. Inside the school during a lockout, it’s generally business as usual.
An assistant professor of theology at Concordia University of Nebraska has been named interim president while the university searches for its next permanent president.
Colleges across the region and nation prepare for a new school year with activities designed to give freshmen a soft landing on campus and a smooth takeoff in their college careers.
The fact that most of the NU system campuses work together provides better scale and support and equalizes security services, said Bret Blackman, vice president of information technology for NU.
The review is aimed to catching biased wording or omissions in the standards, which cover what Nebraska students should learn about U.S. history, world history, geography, civics and economics.
OPS Superintendent Cheryl Logan visited Fontenelle Elementary, which has a new principal. The former principal is awaiting trial after being accused of failing to report an ex-teacher's sexual abuse of students.
A scientist told the district the mold occurred due to "a perfect storm of unique weather conditions and high humidity in closed classrooms."
University parking officials ticketed the governor's official vehicle Wednesday for illegal parking on campus near the Husker practice facility, but the citation was later withdrawn.
The products are coming from the Department of Agriculture, which is giving away the $1.2 billion in foods it’s buying to help farmers hurt by trade negotiations.
Shoemaker Principal Lee Wolfe, 38, was arrested by the Central City Police Department on Sunday and taken to the Merrick County Jail.
U.S. Ag Secretary Sonny Perdue will take questions during a town hall meeting Friday at the Nebraska State Fair in Grand Island.
The facility is named for Karen Hawkins and offers 15,000 square feet for after-school and summer activities, including drone flying and code robots.
Big data has emerged as a special subject area from computer science’s ability to collect massive amounts of information and statistics. “Everybody essentially uses big data” now. “I don’t know of an industry that doesn’t," said Anthony Hendrickson, dean of the College of Business at Creighton University.