Ben Nelson

“He’s offered every resource there is of the federal government."
At the IB Heads World Conference in The Hague, Peter Senge discussed with me the "Education Renaissance," sharing both successful learning strategies and the setbacks to be considered when creating innovative change.
What are the greatest advantages and disadvantages to your approach when compared to traditional models? Will the development
Everything will, instead, be online. Education will be free. It will be worldwide. It will be accessible. It will be meritocratic. Gone will be professors. Gone will be PhD degrees. Gone will be Harvard. Carey now knows The Secret of Education.
It would be surprising if any member of the Supreme Court would take the King v. Burwell petitioners' wholly unsubstantiated assertions about former Sen. Ben Nelson's critical role in the passage of the Affordable Care Act at face value, particularly in light of his direct and explicit contradiction of those assertions.
Whatever standard the justices decide to use when they hear this case, they’ll now have to reckon with the fact that a key
BN: People can sponsor or mentor a student. It's important to remember that these are incredible, brave individuals who are
By Sarah McBride That will include providing constant feedback, he said in an interview, adding the first class would have
These guys aren't trying to copy what Harvard does. Minerva won't have a physical campus and won't have a library. Students will take their courses in six or seven different cities, moving every six months or so with a cohort of about 150 peers: San Francisco, London, Singapore.
Nelson, a moderate Democrat, often voted with Republicans. He's known for demanding special Medicaid funding for Nebraska
But the House-passed fiscal 2013 legislative branch appropriations bill did not include Phase 2 Dome restoration money, with
Judge Weighs Lawsuit Over Ad In N.C. Governor's Race [Jacksonville Daily News] Scott Brown Gets GOP 'Choice PAC' Endorsement
The ad campaign comes days after the Nebraska primary. Democrats had recruited Kerrey to help keep the U.S. Senate seat being
"This is an unusual amount of spending for a Nebraska primary," said Michael Wagner, an assistant professor of political
If Mitt Romney wanted to dramatically improve his chances of beating President Obama in the November election, he could do one thing: appoint a conservative Democrat as his running mate.
WASHINGTON — Nebraska's Ben Nelson and Chuck Hagel don't often see eye to eye, but both men warn of a strong antipathy within
For those of you reading this who say it's unpatriotic to question the actions of an agency that stands guard against terrorism, let me ask you the following question: What if a real law enforcement agency or a branch of the military treated the civilian population like this?
After Nelson announced he would not seek re-election, Nebraska and national Democrats urged Kerrey to run in hopes of holding
University of Nebraska Regent Chuck Hassebrook and attorney Steven Lustgarten have announced they are running on the Democratic