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James R. Griess

Executive Director

Nebraska State Education Association

HQ Phone:  (402) 475-7611

Email: j***@***.org

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Nebraska State Education Association

605 South 14Th Street

Lincoln, Nebraska,68508

United States

Company Description

NSEA created the Children's Fund in 1994. When a teacher sees a child in need, the teacher calls NSEA and requests funds for eyeglasses, shoes, gloves or other immediate needs. In the past two years alone, the Fund has provided nearly $120,000 in relief. Every...more

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* I awarded the Education Quote of the Decade to former Nebraska State Education Association executive director Jim Griess for this gem, about a ballot measure to limit government spending increases to inflation and population growth:


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Jim Griess, 1941-2014
Former NSEA Leader and Education Advocate Remembered "I cannot think of any higher calling than to advocate for children and the teachers and employees that provide the outstanding service that Nebraska kids deserve."- Jim Griess, 2006 James R. Griess, former executive director of the NSEA and a longtime advocate for teachers, children and public education, died on March 21 following a stroke.


www.jimgriess.net

Welcome to the website of Jim Griess - dedicated to history and German Russian history in particular
by James R. Griess, Service Press, Henderson James Griess first wrote this book as a master's thesis at Kearney State College in 1968, a book that quickly went out of print. Since the author's retirement as executive director of the Nebraska State Education Association,he has responded to many requests to update and reissue the book. And here it is. This is a notable undertaking in and of itself. It will be the envy of all those persons interested in genealogy who wish they could write about their ancestors. Griess goes way back in his story. He gives us a history of the development of Christianity in Europe and the background of the rise of the German states from 1500, followed by a similar history of Russia.


www.jimgriess.net

Welcome to the website of Jim Griess - dedicated to history and German Russian history in particular
Welcome to the web site of Jim Griess This website is maintained by me, Jim Griess. James R. Griess (Jim) is a retired teacher. He has attended the University of Nebraska-Lincoln, the University of Wyoming, and the University of Nebraska-Kearney where he earned both his BA and MA in Education. In 1963 he began his teaching career in Overton, Nebraska. There he taught science and history. In 1966 he joined the staff of Hastings Senior High, Hastings, Nebraska, and taught American History. Then in 1973, he joined the staff of the Nebraska State Education Association. He held a variety of positions. From 1991 to the end of 2006 Jim served as Executive Director of the Association. He retired in 2007 and lives in rural Lancaster County (Malcolm) with his wife Polly. Jim has contributed articles to numerous publications. He is the author of the book The German Russians. He is a member of the Nebraska State Historical Society, the American Historical Society of Germans from Russia, Lincoln, the Germans From Russia Heritage Society of North Dakota and the Nebraska State Education Association-Retried. He plans to spend his retirement years promoting the history of the German Russians and other historical issues.


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