LINCOLN (AP) – More than 80 Nebraska high school students will converge on the State Capitol for the 15th Nebraska Capitol Forum on America’s Future.
The forum, sponsored by Humanities Nebraska and Secretary of State John Gale, is being held Monday. It is designed to engage high school students in a discussion about America’s future in a changing international environment. This year, 21 teachers and their students are taking part. Students will discuss foreign policy topics including: terrorism, immigration, global environment, trade and nuclear proliferation. Students will also present and deliberate options related to the future of U.S. foreign policy.