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The Learning Community of Douglas and Sarpy Counties (the “Learning Community”), a Nebraska political subdivision charged with narrowing the student achievement gap, is accepting applications to fill a vacancy on […]
By the end of grade 3, most children in the United States should, ideally, know how to read. But this milestone does not consider language barriers, learning disabilities…the list goes […]
College Prep for Families introduces families to the higher education experience through presentations, campus tours and access to resources. A partnership among the University of Nebraska at Omaha’s Service Learning […]
Parent University is proud to announce the launch of the “Mujeres y Valores” program, a new initiative designed to empower Spanish-speaking mothers to become advocates for themselves and their children. […]
The Learning Community of Douglas and Sarpy Counties has appointed Amy Scott to fill its Coordinating Council Achievement Subcouncil 4 vacancy. Scott is an active volunteer in the Millard Public […]
In the fall of 2022, during her monthly visit with her Educational Navigator, Jawahir expressed a goal of passing the U.S. Citizenship Test.
The Learning Community of Douglas and Sarpy Counties has appointed Sharnelle Shelton to fill its Coordinating Council Achievement Subcouncil 2 vacancy. After an application and interview process, Shelton was appointed […]
On October 17, Nayeli Lopez joined the Learning Community leadership team as Executive Director of Early Learning Centers. “We are incredibly excited to welcome Nayeli to the Learning Community leadership […]
With a parent-friendly GED, more parents can move forward with their children. See why this leads to better results for the whole family.
The Learning Community partners with Project Harmony to expand two-generation impact. That means more families in northeast Omaha can join Parent University with opportunities for the whole family.
After listening to North Omaha fathers, the Learning Community created a new Parent University course just for dads.
Parents see new opportunities as they graduate from the Learning Community Center of South Omaha. Recent evaluations include outcomes that show children and parents succeeding together.
Learning Community Dad shares perspective at national conference School-family partnerships are the key focus area as the Learning Community of Douglas and Sarpy Counties presents at the National Families […]
The first-ever Community Achievement Plan unites school, family and community around new pathways for student success.
The Learning Community is the first Nebraska organization to join the Aspen Ascend network of 2-Gen partners.