Virtual Board Meeting

Los Angeles County Board of Education

 

Next Board Meeting:  July 13, 2021 / 3:00 p.m.

                                                                                                       

 

TO LISTEN BY TELEPHONE

(669) 900-9128
MEETING ID: 822 2518 9839
PASSCODE: 241814
 

TO LISTEN TO THE AUDIO STREAM ONLINE

https://tinyurl.com/LACOEBoardMeeting
MEETING ID: 822 2518 9839
PASSCODE: 241814

 Note: Users who do not have the Zoom application can join the meeting by clicking the link above, Cancel the Open Zoom dialog box, then click the "join from your browser" link at the bottom of the Open Zoom meeting page. 

 

TO PROVIDE PUBLIC COMMENT

Individuals wishing to provide public comment should dial (669) 900-9128; Meeting ID: 822 2518 9839; Passcode: 241814, before, at or during the County Board meeting, or through the Zoom Application using the instructions on the Board Meeting announcement. They should be prepared to identify the agenda matter they wish to address. They will receive instructions to click the “raise hand” button on the Zoom Application or dial *9 to raise their hand from a phone. At the appropriate time, staff will identify public speakers in the order in which they raised their hand. Their line will be opened and the public speaker will then provide public comment. Public speakers may choose, but need not identify themselves to the County Board.

In addition to oral public comment, the County Board will consider written public communications.  you may submit written public comments or documentation by e-mail to: Robles_Beatrice@lacoe.edu.  All written public comments will be forwarded to the County Board. 

  • Please include your name, phone number, specific agenda item, and Board meeting date in your correspondence.
  • Correspondence received shall become part of the official record.

You may leave a message for Board Members with your public comments by calling: (562) 922-6128.

BOARD OF EDUCATION

BOARD OF EDUCATION

 

LACOE is governed by the Los Angeles County Board of Education, whose seven members are appointed by the County Board of Supervisors to two and four-year terms. The Board of Education establishes LACOE policies and governs the Los Angeles County High School for the Arts and International
Polytechnic High School.


Each of the county’s 80 school districts and 13 community college districts is autonomous, with each district’s board of education managing its budget and setting its policies. In general, the Los Angeles County Board of Education’s only direct authority over local districts is in matters of interdistrict attendance appeals, school district boundary changes and expulsion appeals.