Nebraska to spend $420K on priority school interventions
' The state is contracting with a North Carolina-based firm and one of the state's educational service units to continue work in three schools: Druid Hill Elementary in Omaha, Santee Middle in Niobrara and Loup County Elementary in Taylor. The Omaha school was taken off the priority list last year but will continue to be monitored.
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