02/01/2013 Nebraska P-16 Initiative
The Nebraska P-16 Initiative is a coalition of 26 Nebraska organizations in education, business, and government that strives to improve success rates for Nebraska students at every level, preschool through college. One of 30 states that now have P-16 programs, Nebraska concentrates on:
  • Helping all students reach their full potential
  • Improving coordination among the various sectors of education
  • Increasing two and four-year college-going rates
  • Helping students develop the core skills needed to succeed in careers
  • Improving Nebraska's economic competitiveness by helping keep more well-educated people in the state.
The University of Nebraska is one of the senior partners in the operation of Nebraska P-16, along with the Nebraska Department of Education and EducationQuest Foundation, a private, non-profit organization whose mission is to increase accessibility to college for all Nebraska students.

Nebraska P-16 is housed in the Office of the Executive Vice President and Provost. For more information about the program, contact Marty Mahler, Coordinator, Nebraska P-16 Initiative, (402) 472-5991, This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. .
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02/01/2013 Institutional Research & Planning
The University of Nebraska’s Office of Institutional Research and Planning collects, analyzes and interprets data and information to support reporting, planning and decision-making. The office works with campus institutional research offices to:
  • Develop and maintain consistent data definitions
  • Develop analytical comparability standards for both campus-level and university-wide applications
  • Share information and analyses with university leadership, including the Board of Regents, president, chancellors and other senior officials
  • Make effective use of national data sources, including the Integrated Postsecondary Education Data System (IPEDS), the National Center for Educational Statistics, the Common Data Set and the Data Warehouse.
  • Maintain and manage reports, factbook, and information on students, faculty, staff, academic programs, national trends, and peer institutions.
  • Support the University of Nebraska's Strategic Framework process by assisting in development of standards and metrics that measure progress toward goals established by the Board of Regents.
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