MOEC is a model collaboration dedicated to public education. MOEC serves as a forum and community for education professionals and is a catalyst for identifying high-priority issues common to member organizations and addressing these issues through joint task forces and projects. The resulting synergy of ideas and resources makes MOEC a powerful force for improving education in the metropolitan area public schools, community colleges and the university.
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Founded in 1988, MOEC is directed by an executive steering committee comprised of the Superintendents of the twelve public school districts, the Administrators of two educational service units, the Presidents of two community colleges, the Chancellor and Senior Vice Chancellor of UNO, and the Dean of the College of Education. MOEC staffing includes an executive director, three coordinators, and a project assistant. Task forces are created to work on high priority issues common to member organizations.
Although MOEC is housed on the campus of the University of Nebraska at Omaha, meetings and events take place throughout the metropolitan area.
Strengths of MOEC
- Utility and productivity
- Create a means for open and equal conversation
- Safe place to share, to discuss new ideas
- Ready mechanism to achieve common purpose
- Benefit from collaboration
- Catalyst for action
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