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Los Angeles Education Partnership

  • Los Angeles Education Partnership
  • 202 W.1st Street, Suite 6-0410
  • Los Angeles, CA 90012
  • 2138214586
  • Lauren McCabe
  • Director of Teaching and Learning
  • 2138214586

Program Description

Los Angeles Education Partnership is an education nonprofit that works as a collaborative partner in high-poverty communities to foster great schools that support the personal and academic success of children and youth from birth through high school.

We are an innovative leader in school transformation, known for proven, effective programs and collaboration that is responsive to student needs. Our focus, from birth through high school, is to produce graduates ready for college, career, and life.

LAEP works in high-poverty, multicultural communities across Los Angeles County, from the northeast San Fernando Valley to East and South Los Angeles. Each year, we serve more than 1,000 educators and 39,000 students plus their families in communities across Los Angeles County.

Success Stories

"Through LAEP's commitment to education and Jennie Carey's [community school coordinator] dedication to fostering astounding student leadership, I proudly hold an executive role in a thriving organization, and I am currently maintaining a job as a Student Involvement Leadership Consultant at my university." --Matthew Moor, alumnus, Sylmar Senior High School and currently a junior at UC San Diego

Services Provided

  • Academic enrichment/tutoring/study skills
  • Career exploration and counseling/internships
  • College admissions guidance and counseling
  • Financial aid advising/FAFSA completion
  • Leadership development
  • Mentoring
  • Parent/family services
  • Scholarships and last-dollar grants
  • Science, tech, engineering, & math (STEM)


Race & Ethnicity

  • White: 1%
  • Hispanic/Latino: 93%
  • Other: 1%
  • African American: 5%

Education Level and
Number of Students

  • High School: 3940
  • Middle School: 3940
  • Elementary School: 3941
  • Post-secondary: 0
  • Non-traditional: 0

Populations Served

  • Academically At-risk
  • ESL Students


  • Less than 25%