Better for children. Better for all.
It was a happy day for our largest class of parent graduates! After two years of classes, parents are connected to local schools and involved in their children's education. Watch KETV News. In the Learning Community Center of South Omaha, Latino parents and children are demonstrating consistent success. Three years of independent evaluations confirm our program has strong impact. Our first school community to adapt the program is Gateway Elementary.
• By 4th grade, nearly 1 of 3 Latino children don't meet standards for basic reading.
• By 11th grade, more than half Latino youth in the metro area aren't proficient readers.
• Research shows when a parent takes at least 1 year of English, scores go up by as much as 10 points.
Parents in our program are making a difference for their kids. Our goal is to bring proven programs to school communities to help kids, families and schools succeed together.
Instructors focus on the English that's most important to the parent's role in their child's education.
Educational Navigators follow parents' progress and help them integrate new skills into everyday life.
Family setbacks can interfere with learning. That’s why family liaisons are specially trained to step in and help the whole family.
This is the first Omaha metro school to work with the Learning Community team to adapt the Family Learning program for a school community. MORE