Adult Education on the LAUSD Chopping Block

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A program supporters call part of the "fabric of Los Angeles" will be on the chopping block at tomorrow's meeting of the Los Angeles School Board. It's a program that goes back to 1887, has provided LA with skilled workers since the post-World War II economic boom, and shows immigrant parents how to help their kids do their homework. But Superintendent John Deasy says he needs all $200 million to help fill the gap in his core programs in K-12 education.

Credits

Guests:
Tamar Galatzan - LAUSD Board of Education, Greg Dobie - Van Nuys Community Adult School

Host:
Warren Olney

Producers:
Sonya Geis, Frances Anderton, Katie Cooper