The Learning Community 2013-2014 program partners continue progress to improve student achievement. With more young children living in poverty, Achievement Track elementary programs build on a solid foundation to improve academic achievement.
Our partners share common goals and measures of success. All Learning Community programs are independently evaluated by UNMC/Munroe-Meyer Institute.
Our program partners focus on specific, measurable results to benefit elementary students within the 11 school districts we serve. If you are with a member school district or represent a 501(C)(3) organization, you may be eligible to become one of our partners in the future.
New programs run from fall 2013 thru summer 2014. For information about results and current programs, click here.
Funding by Subcouncil
Subcouncil 1 $197,138
Subcouncil 2 $1,200,000
Subcouncil 3 $409,011
Subcouncil 4 $167,432
Subcouncil 5 $1,250,000
Subcouncil 6 $107,477
Learn more about Learning Community programs by viewing Programs.
Proposed programs designed to improve student achievement are independently reviewed by one of six Learning Community subcouncils and then recommended to the Learning Community Coordinating Council for approval. We anticipate the 2014-2015 Achievement Track program partner RFP to become available in early 2014.
The Learning Community Center of South Omaha empowers parents as a child's first teacher. KETV's Brandi Petersen reports. WATCH
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Learn why early childhood education is critical for families and children in poverty. It's the latest from Learning Community CEO Ted Stilwill. READ
The RFP for the new Learning Community Center of North Omaha includes lease space for expanded early childhood education for babies, toddlers and their families.