Vision of ESU 4

Courageously leading a dynamic revolution in education.

Mission of ESU 4

Impacting student learning through communication, accountability, and leadership.

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Johnson, Nemaha, Otoe, Pawnee, and Richardson counties.

Understanding Poverty and its Impact on Education:
Beginning the Conversation

 

ESU 4 Area District Board Members and Administrators are invited to atend a presentation on poverty beginning with supper at 6:30 PM at the ESU 4 Learning Center, 1109 R Street, Auburn, NE. If you didn't grow up in poverty, you may be unaware of the "hidden rules" that govern many aspects of life for the under resourced. Join Ellen, Jen, and Suzanne in a beginning conversation regarding poverty and its impact on education. There is no fee for this workshop. To register contact Kathy or Sue at ESU 4 (402.274.4354) by November 14, 2014.

ESU 4 cadres

The professional development team (Jen, Suzanne, Ellen, and Gregg) will provide professional development that empowers teachers with opportunities to strengthen instructional practice. With each cadre, we are creating wikis using wikispaces. Please select any of the links below and you will be directed to that wiki.

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