Welcome to the Learning Community. By sharing best practices and proven programs to challenge poverty, we can make a lasting difference in the lives of children.
Families, teachers, paraprofessionals, family support workers and now childcare providers are working to help kids in the Early Childhood Partnership. Tammy Taylor is excited to be part of the new childcare training program in North Omaha. Like other directors in the program, she cares about kids and wants to learn everything she can to make sure they succeed in elementary school. The program, supported by the Learning Community, is already making a difference. READ
Parents at the Learning Community Center of South Omaha learn to cook healthy meals to fuel their kids' learning. The Cooking Matters class is provided by the Visiting Nurse Association. WATCH
Just as athletes benefit from coaching, teachers welcome expert help to improve in their Early Childhood Partnership classroom. READ
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