The Learning Community is a Nebraska political subdivision dedicated to supporting and sharing locally proven programs and practices to improve student achievement. Within our community, we have the expertise and talent to collectively change education for young people who face significant obstacles to their education.
Our 18-member Coordinating Council of elected and appointed representatives, representing six subcouncils in Douglas and Sarpy counties. You won't find layers of administration in the Learning Community.
Our leadership team and support staff consists of only five people. We are accountable to the Nebraska Legislature, the citizens of the Learning Community and more than 110,000 students and their families. There are no quick-fixes to the challenge of improving student achievement, but we have built a strong foundation to share what works.
You're always welcome at council meetings, now at the Learning Community Center of North Omaha. Our next meeting is April 16. CALENDAR
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Check out the map and find your subcouncil.
With 11 member school districts, we really can "share our learning."