David Tokofsky

education strategist and former LAUSD school board member and teacher

Guest

Education strategist for Associated Administrators of Los Angeles; former Board Member of the Los Angeles Unified School District (1995-2007), representing the 5th District, and former teacher for LAUSD; former part-time consultant with Green Dot Public Schools

David Tokofsky on KCRW

Teachers are expected to be back in school on Wednesday. The negotiations ended at 6:15 am Monday, after 21 hours of talks, according to Mayor Eric Garcetti.

What’s in the new LAUSD-UTLA agreement?

Teachers are expected to be back in school on Wednesday. The negotiations ended at 6:15 am Monday, after 21 hours of talks, according to Mayor Eric Garcetti.

from Press Play with Madeleine Brand

Written by Amy Ta, produced by Caitlin Plummer 
 Negotiations between LAUSD and teachers are continuing with no clear end in sight. Both sides seem unwilling to budge on key issues,…

Former LAUSD board member and teacher: The district is not going bankrupt

Written by Amy Ta, produced by Caitlin Plummer Negotiations between LAUSD and teachers are continuing with no clear end in sight. Both sides seem unwilling to budge on key issues,…

from Press Play with Madeleine Brand

After five years, the  Mandarin Foreign Language immersion program  outgrew the Broadway Elementary School in Venice.

Can a Public School Program Get Too Popular for Its Own Good?

After five years, the Mandarin Foreign Language immersion program outgrew the Broadway Elementary School in Venice.

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