Early Childhood Education & Family Engagement

In partnership with Project Harmony, Omaha Public Schools & Omaha Public Library


Our community center in North Omaha is an amazing place where the caring adults in a child’s life to work together. Our program is one of the most innovative in the country, connecting childcare providers, future teachers, teaching teams and families. We know that improving outcomes during the early childhood years is one of the best predictors of lasting success.


Taking a 2-Gen approach creates powerful opportunities. Working with children and families TOGETHER is a proven recipe for success.

We’re proud to be a member of the Aspen Institute Ascend partner network – great organizations sharing new and exciting ideas.


Intensive Early Childhood Education

Our partners in the Omaha Public Schools take a team approach from preschool through Grade 3. Strong school leadership and quality classrooms demonstrate what matters to young children.

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Childcare Director Training

Many children spend much of their early learning years in a community childcare setting. This pilot program improves the quality of care in community-based centers where training is not affordable.

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Future Teacher Training

The latest technology, on-site faculty coaching, hands-on teacher mentoring — just some of the advantages for young future teachers. This program prepares them to be skilled, confident teachers where they’re needed the most.

The Learning Community works with families as partners.

Parent University

This community of children and families connects to six Omaha Public Schools elementary buildings around the Learning Community Center of North Omaha. Family participation and school partnerships are already demonstrating powerful impact.

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