With committed community partners, Achievement Track programs for families and children living in poverty are improving student achievement.
Sometimes common sense is innovative. Taking an ordinary program and making it better takes time and evidence-based research. Together with our community partners, Learning Community programs are increasingly successful in challenging the impact of poverty. With standards for continuous improvement and real-time feedback for teachers, we expect more progress in getting kids on track for college, career and a good job. Meet our partners and see how taxpayers are helping the students who need us the most.
The Learning Community Center of South Omaha moved to its new home in October 2013 with a special opening celebration. View our brief slideshow here. WATCH
Why is a small North Omaha neighborhood the perfect place to think big about improving student achievement? Coordinating Council member, Kris Carter explains why the Kellom and Conestoga community is a great place to start. WATCH
The Learning Community is making a difference in student achievement. See a summary of our programs and results.
Every school district is part of a Learning Community subcouncil. Find your representative here.
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