A solution to better education and health outcomes, less crime and poverty and greater economic prosperity. Five key Findings
Link for Heckman Webinar March 14
The Children's Council annually studies the status of children in Monterey County
by reviewing and tracking key indicators of social, emotional, and fiscal health.
The Children's Council consists of twenty-five members whose roles were established
by the Board of Supervisors in the original resolution. New members are assigned by
the Board of Supervisors, the Superintendents Council, or the Children's Council,
as openings occur.
The Children's Council meets on the second Monday of each month from 12:00pm -
1:30pm at the Monterey County Office of Education ( MCOE) Board Meeting room in
Salinas. Meetings are open to the public and always include opportunity for public