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NEW PHONE NUMBER for SRS Helpdesk - 402-597-4994


SRS Office has moved to:
6949 South 110th Street
LaVista, NE 68128 

SRS Helpdesk - 402-597-4994



Wade Fruhling - SRS Project Manager - wfruhling@esucc.org
402-597-4993


Dawn Litt - Trainer/Support Specialist - dlitt@esucc.org
402-597-4994

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Innovation Grant - DE2TAILS


ESU Coordinating Council Innovation Grant: 

The Data-Driven Ecosystem Enhancing Teaching And Improving Learning for Students (DE2TAILS)

The Data-Driven Ecosystem Enhancing Teaching And Improving Learning for Students (DE2TAILS) project will enable ESUCC to incorporate multiple on-line educational and data-collection systems into one statewide, secure, single sign-on portal. The goal is to develop, implement, and sustain an integrated ecosystem, governed by policies and practices, to allow relevant teaching and learning applications and tools to integrate; sharing data elements for the improvement of student learning and reporting. Objectives: 1) Develop an integrated technology ecosystem through a secure, trusted data infrastructure (ADVISER) by integrating multiple technology systems through a secure single sign-on portal; 2) Design an integrated system application for the AAP and SRS with ADVISER to address the needs of at-risk and high needs students; 3) Use technology to innovate student learning in the classroom and improve academic/employment outcomes through a BlendED/Personalized Learning Environment; 4) Provide a baseline collection of online digital resources for student access improving college and career readiness through NROC/EdReady; and 5) Develop statewide software (SIMPL) for visualization and rapid analysis of evidenced-based professional development and instructional practice to inform decision making.

Secure hosting infrastructure and software development and enhancements will integrate applications and tools to share data elements. Enhancements will provide data for school districts and ESU’s to track the effectiveness of service delivery through continuous quality improvement.

The core of this innovative ecosystem includes quality tools, resources, and data provided to classrooms statewide designed to meet the personalized learning needs of every teacher, every student, every day.

Our Mission


The Nebraska Educational Service Unit Coordinating Council was created in statute to coordinate the activities of Nebraska's 17 Educational Service Units. The Educational Service Unit Coordinating Council was created by LB 603 in 2007 and officially came into existence on July 1, 2008.

According to Section 79-1246 of the Nebraska Revised State Statutes:

The Educational Service Unit Coordinating Council shall work toward statewide coordination to provide the most cost-effective services for the students, teachers, and school districts in each educational service unit. The council's duties include, but are not limited to:

  • Preparation of strategic plans to assure the cost-efficient and equitable delivery of services across the state
  • Administration of statewide initiatives and provision of statewide services
  • Coordination of Distance Education