Two new and conflicting appellate rulings on key provisions of the Affordable Care Act are raising questions about the future of the major health care legislation and what it means to Nebraska.
What is School Choice, and why does Nebraska need it?
Flawed accounting assumptions threaten retirement security for public workers, reliable services for residents and taxpayers, and reasonable choices for policymakers in guiding the city's future growth and development.
Recent test scores from Omaha's Catholic and public schools provide useful examples of how Nebraska's education practices could be improved to strengthen student outlook and achievement for all.
This study carefully examines both LB 999 and LB 907, as well as other successful prison reform options from across the country and includes a list of recommendations for policy makers.
This study compares 2012-2013 standardized test scores for low-income and minority students from Omaha Public Schools and the city's private Catholic Schools. The results show that demographics can't be an excuse when it comes to providing high quality education and achievement opportunities for all Nebraska's young people.
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