Helping families make a difference in their child’s education

Focused on student achievement

Sharing data-driven success 

Ted Stilwill, Learning Community CEO, leads the celebration at the opening of the new Learning Community Center of South Omaha.

The Learning Community is a Nebraska political subdivision dedicated to supporting and sharing locally proven programs and practices to improve student achievement. Our community has the expertise to collectively change education for young people facing significant obstacles to their education. There are no quick-fixes to the challenge of improving student achievement, but we have built a strong foundation to share what works.

Preparing future teachers

With future teachers like Loyita Lessley, the Early Childhood Partnership in North Omaha challenges the achievement gap. 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.

Getting Results

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

Superintendents' Plan

We're working with the Buffett Institute and 11 schools districts to challenge the achievement gap from birth to age 8. MORE

Council Meeting

You're always welcome at council meetings, now at the Learning Community Center of North Omaha. Our next meeting is August 13.  CALENDAR

Our Programs

Programs for families and children are improving student achievement. See how taxpayers are helping students who need us the most. PROGRAMS