Education Coordinating Council
The Education Coordinating Council (ECC) is a public-private partnership that was created in 2004 by the Board of Supervisors to raise the educational achievement of system-involved youth in Los Angeles County.
ECC members include department heads from Children and Family Services, Probation, Mental Health, superintendents from Los Angeles County school districts, and the presiding judge from the Juvenile Court, as well as advocates, representatives from community-based organizations, and former foster and probation youth.
Mission and Approach
The job of the ECC is to coordinate efforts across organizations and jurisdictions, encouraging varied networks to work together to expand best practices and help fill gaps to prevent system-involved children from being left behind educationally. It does this by mobilizing supports across stakeholder groups, brokering solutions and collaborations among child-serving entities, and spearheading strategies that bolster the increased educational achievement of the County’s foster and probation youth.
Wednesday, October 19, 2022
9:00 a.m. to 11:00 a.m.
Zoom link to come
Agenda to come