Identifying High Priority Issues
High priority issues common to all member organizations and targeted for attention by MOEC include...
- Staff Development
- Instructional Technology
- Pre-service Preparation of Educators
- Community Relations
- Early Childhood Education
- Assistance to Beginning Teachers
- Safe Schools
- Human Resources
- Effective Instructional Practices
Collaboration & Community
MOEC brings together teachers and administrators from local public school districts with faculty from the College of Education, University of Nebraska at Omaha, to:
- Share resources and expertise
- Conduct joint research and evaluation
- Enhance the problem solving capacity of the member organizations
- Address common problems
- Offer joint staff development opportunities
- Improve the professional preparation of educators
- Improve the education of area youth
- Coordinate joint projects
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