LAUSD teacher David Goldberg elected CTA president
David Goldberg, a bilingual teacher at Murchison Elementary in the Los Angeles Unified School District, will be the next president of the California Teachers Association.
Currently the 310,000 member CTA’s vice president, Goldberg, 51, will succeed current president E. Toby Boyd and assume the first of two terms as president on June 25. A life-long resident of Los Angeles and graduate of UC Santa Cruz, he is also the nephew of Jackie Goldberg, who is president of the Los Angeles Unified Board of Education.
The CTA’s State Council of Education elected the new slate of officers on Sunday. Current CTA Secretary-Treasurer Leslie Littman, an AP US History, Economics and Government teacher in the William S. Hart Union High School District, will become vice president. Erika Jones, 44, an elementary school teacher in Los Angeles Unified, wills serve as secretary-treasurer.
“Students and their needs are at the center of everything we do as educators and as union leaders. It’s a core value that drives the work we do in our schools and colleges and at the bargaining table,” Goldberg said in a statement.