Learning doesn't stop when the school day or year comes to a close.
Extended Learning programs are a valuable tool in improving student achievement. When students are getting poor grades, testing below grade level, or dealing with issues that interfere with learning, teachers and community partners recommend extended learning programs. More than 3,700 benefit from these programs and about 80 percent come from low income families. With community partners, the Learning Community supports various Extended Learning programs that are helping children make significant gains.
Extended learning programs in grades K-6 set individual goals for each student. Programs range in length and frequency depending on the time of year.
Bellevue Public Schools
Douglas County West Community Schools
Millard Public Schools
Omaha Area Health Education Centers
Omaha Public Schools
Springfield Platteview Community Schools
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