Nebraska - State Standards, Teacher Certification, Job Postings
 
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Nebraska
Information on State Teaching Standards, Teacher Certification Requirements, Job Postings, and More
 
Nebraska Department of Education - This official website is the portal for pretty much everything you need to know about teaching in the state of Nebraska, whether you are a K-12 classroom teacher or a homeschooling parent. Please note that this state is not part of the Common Core initiative.
 
Nebraska Teacher Certification - As with all of the fifty states, in order to teach in the public school system, Nebraska requires that its teachers complete the professional licensure process.  This website will guide you through the teacher certification process.
 
Teaching Jobs in Nebraska - This is the official website for all teacher job vacancies in the state of Nebraska.  Once you are certified and ready to teach, this is where you need to look to begin your career as an educator in the state of Nebraska.
 
 
Click here for free educational materials on the geography and history of Nebraska.
 
The capital city of Nebraska is Lincoln.  The state's most populous city is Omaha.

As in much of the American Midwest, temperatures in Nebraska fluctuate wildly depending upon the particular season.

You can visit the state's official website here.

Check out the Willa Cather Historic Site.

The  Gerald R. Ford Conservation Center does important work in historical preservation.

Nebraska is largely conservative in nature, with most voters siding with the Republican Party.

The Homestead Act of the 1860s brought large numbers of white permanent settlers to Nebraska, which became a state in 1867.

Several Native American groups live in Nebraska, both on and off Indian reservations.  Learn more about the Santee Sioux Indian Reservation, Omaha Reservation, Ponca Reservation, and Winnebago Reservation.
 
 
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