Helping families make a difference in their child’s education

Growing in South Omaha

Family Learning begins in first school

Principal Terry Burton and Bilingual Liaison Eric Ketobiokou, with parents Cynthia Villarruel and Mayra Duarte, are already recruiting.

Principal Terry Burton is excited. Gateway Elementary is the Learning Community's first school-based Family Learning program.  Why would the principal of an elementary school with about 900 students want to add parent classes? When Learning Community Center of South Omaha parents established a two-year record of successful outcomes, Burton jumped at the chance to adapt it for a school community. He expects great things from the program – involved parents, better test scores and kids more excited about learning. NEWS

A new story for North Omaha families

The Learning Community Center of North Omaha is here to make a difference for children and families. READ

Family Learning Works

Family Learning classes in  the Learning Community Center of South Omaha are now in their third successful year. Hear parents share their experience to help  their children succeed in school.

Council Meeting

You're always welcome at council meetings, now at the Learning Community Center of North Omaha. Our next meeting is September 17.  CALENDAR

Measuring Success

Early learning research is clear. We have the evidence needed to build locally proven programs and practices to help kids succeed in school. MORE

Workforce Impact

When poverty threatens student achievement, it also threatens our local economy. We're helping students succeed in school. MORE

Getting Results

Our latest program evaluations show that taxpayers are getting a strong return on their investment.