With committed community partners, Achievement Track programs for families and children living in poverty are improving student achievement.

Making a difference

Proven programs on the success track 

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.

A welcoming place for families

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

New strategies for
North Omaha

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

Our Results

The Learning Community is making a difference in student achievement. See a summary of our programs and results.

Meet the Council

Every school district is part of a Learning Community subcouncil. Find your representative here.

Attend a Council Meeting

You're always welcome to attend council meetings! Our next meeting is
May 15.

Stay in Touch

Stay up-to-date with the latest Learning Community news by signing up for the Learning Community Link e-newsletter here.