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Teachers to Guide.
Students to Thrive.

“I’m Lisa Schonhoff.  Nebraska needs a bold conservative advocate on the State Board of Education to defend our traditional values and local communities. With a passion for student success and over 20 years of teaching experience, I am committed to ensuring that our curriculum reflects the values of Nebraskans. As an active teacher and a parent with children in Nebraska public schools, I have a personal stake in making decisions that prioritize the well-being and success of our kids. With the largest teacher shortage looming, it is crucial to have someone on the state board who truly understands the challenges faced by educators. I aim to be a unifying voice, bringing together parents, educators, and community stakeholders to prioritize academic excellence and the best interests of our students. It’s time to get back to the basics."

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Nebraska needs a courageous voice.

"We need an experienced leader on the State School Board to get back to the fundamentals of education and protect our children. That's why I'm running to represent Nebraska's third district on the State Board of Education.  Join me in standing up for our parents, students, and teachers. Let's get to work!"

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Lisa is a wife, mother, and teacher.  She has been an educator for more than 20 years. Lisa has been a collegiate instructor and holds two Master's degrees in Curriculum & Instruction, the other in Educational Urban Leadership.

Over the past two decades, Lisa has developed differentiated instruction strategies to support students of diverse backgrounds and abilities. Her experience designing engaging learning experiences has empowered educators and enhanced math, literacy, and ELL curricula for students from all walks of life.

Lisa is determined to restore excellence in education, support our parents and teachers, and redirect tax dollars towards essential priorities. She will fight for fiscal responsibility, local control, preserving traditional values, and prioritize education over indoctrination. 

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