A Pathway for Student Success

In partnership with Learning Community school districts and community stakeholders

By the year 2022, we expect dramatic improvements in student success that benefit the entire Omaha metropolitan region.

What's at Stake?

The Community Achievement Plan is about a better future for our children and our local economy.

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CAP-italizing on Collaboration

Connecting our education and community systems creates a powerful circle of support. Engaging school, family and community means more helpful resources for student success. When our students build better skills and proficiency that helps everyone.

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4 Transformational Priorities to Break Down Barriers

  • Increase access to high quality early childhood education
  • Improve student attendance
  • Engage families as partners
  • Integrate college and career readiness pre-k through graduation

What makes the Community Achievement Plan work across eleven school districts?

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A Growing Community of Stakeholders

Bellevue Public, Bennington Public, DC West Community, Elkhorn Public,
Gretna Public, Millard Public, Omaha Public, Papillion LaVista Community,
Ralston Public,Springfield Platteview Community, and Westside Community.
Nebraska Department of Education, Metropolitan Omaha Education Consortium,
ESU #3, ESU #19, and Learning Community of Douglas and Sarpy Counties.