Blueprint Nebraska hits the road

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Blueprint Nebraska hits the road

Blueprint Nebraska has launched a revamped website and online survey — and is heading out to more than 30 communities to talk with citizens about our state’s prosperity and growth. It’s also an important opportunity to keep quality early care and learning part of the ongoing economic development discussion.

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New toolkit will help Nebraska business leaders support early learning

New toolkit will help Nebraska business leaders support early learning

Dividends Nebraska and First Five Nebraska are teaming up to develop a new toolkit for employers who want practical ideas on how to promote early care and learning opportunities for their businesses, workers and communities. We need your feedback to make it happen!

Blueprint Nebraska initiative launches

Blueprint Nebraska initiative launches

Blueprint Nebraska will bring together leaders from business, education, agriculture and government to create a strategic plan for the ongoing prosperity of our state. It’s our role to embed high-quality early care and learning into those conversations as a critical component of Nebraska’s economic development.

Workplace adaptability and executive function

Workplace adaptability and executive function

Nebraska business leaders know that employees’ ability adapt to changes in industry, workplace and specific job responsibilities has a direct bearing on their bottom line. In our latest feature story, we look at why children’s executive function development matters when it comes to growing an adaptable, highly competitive future workforce.

Widening the economic development conversation

Widening the economic development conversation

Dividends Nebraska is bringing the conversation about economic development and early childhood to a growing array of partners statewide. Learn more about where we’ve been throughout the spring.