CREW FILMING IN CHADRON TO SHOWCASE INDIVIDUALIZED LEARNING

Posted 4 months ago

By John Axtell

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A film crew from Nebraska Loves Public Schools, a campaign dedicated to tackling education issues in Nebraska and around the country showcasing positive stories through film and public television, is in Chadron the rest of the week.

The team, originally scheduled to come last month, is holding a Meet-and-Greet session tonight from 5:30-6:30 in the Chadron State College Student Center to introduce themselves and Nebraska Loves Public Schools…whose logo uses initials and a heart.

The gathering will also include a showing of the program’s most recent film, Ready for Kindergarten, which aired on NET as part of its ongoing series focusing on education the State of Education in Nebraska.

This crew will be shooting in Chadron for their next half-hour documentary, which is focused on Individualized Learning. The Chadron school district was recommended to them by the Nebraska Department of Education as one that does a good job with individualized learning.

The finished show is scheduled to air on NET2 on June 19th, but all the programs done by Nebraska Loves Public Schools can be found on Facebook, Twitter, and nelovesps.org. Nebraska Loves Public Schools is fully funded by the Sherwood Foundation.