The Legislature's Business and Labor Committee will hold a public hearing on Legislative Resolution 533, an interim study to "examine promoting career education and training that can lead to job readiness for middle-skill jobs." The hearing will be held in Room 2102 at the Capitol.
The Legislature's Business and Labor Committee will hold a public hearing in Room 2102 at the State Capitol on Legislature Resolution 533, introduced by Sen. Kate Bolz. The resolution calls for an interim study to examine promoting career education and training that can lead to job readiness for middle-skill jobs.
The Coordinating Commission will hold consecutive public hearings in Room #1113 at the State Capitol, 1445 K St. These hearings will be held on the amendments to Title 281, Nebraska Administrative Code, Chapter 6 – Rules and Regulations Concerning the Access College Early Scholarship Program Act; Title 281, Nebraska Administrative Code, Chapter 9 – Rules and Regulations Concerning Capital Construction; the repeal of Title 281, Nebraska Administrative Code, Chapter 3 – Rules and Regulations Concerning Accreditation of a Private College; and the proposed revision of Chapter One of the Coordinating Commission for Postsecondary Education’s Comprehensive Statewide Plan for Postsecondary Education. More information on the hearings, as well as the proposed changes, can be found on the Public Hearings page.
The Legislature's Education Committee will hold public hearings on two bills pertaining to the Coordinating Commission:
- LB 691, which would create two new financial aid programs to be administered by the Commission
- LB 752, which would create the Adult Career Pathways Task Force, with the Commission's executive director appointed as a non-voting member
Education Committee hearings are held in room 1525 in the State Capitol. The full schedule of hearings is available on the Legislature's website.
The Coordinating Commission will hold a public hearing at the La Vista Public Libary, 9110 Giles Road, La Vista, concerning the request by Hope International University to establish a branch campus in Nebraska and to offer various degree programs.
The Legislature's Education Committee will hold a hearing on college affordability in room 1525 in the State Capitol. LB 519, passed and signed into law during the 2015 Legislative session, requires the committee to conduct an interim study on postsecondary affordablity issues. This hearing is intended to gather information for that study and its resulting report. The Coordinating Commission has been asked to testify, along with others representing postsecondary education in Nebraska.
Location: Room #1113 in the State Capitol in Lincoln, Neb. The purpose of this hearing is to receive public testimony regarding proposed changes to Title 281, Chapter 7, Nebraska Administrative Code, Chapter 5 - Rules and Regulations Concerning the Nebraska Opportunity Grant Act.