LINCOLN -- State Education Commissioner Roger Breed says Nebraska has for the first time collected enough data to show all public high schools how well they're preparing students for college. Dr. Breed told a legislative panel Tuesday that the Department of Education expects to offer statewide "college readiness" reports to schools starting this year. Breed says the department has now compiled data that shows how well students are performing in Advanced Placement and other college-level courses. The effort is part of Nebraska's P-16 education initiative.
Dr. Roger Breed (Courtesy Photo)