Tom Little was a founding teacher at Park Day School in 1976, and taught for ten years before becoming the Director in 1986. He earned his Masters Degree in Educational Leadership at Teachers College, Columbia, at the Klingenstein Leadership Academy. He is the current Board President of the Progressive Education Network, a national organization of educators working to advance progressive educational practices throughout the United States.
Luis Poza has a BA from Yale University in Latin American Studies and an MA from Columbia in Climate and Society. He taught 3rd grade in a dual immersion bilingual program in East Palo Alto, CA and elementary science in Harlem, New York. He is currently a doctoral candidate in Sociology of Education at Stanford University conducting research on language attitudes, language use, and identity in dual immersion classrooms. He is also a Graduate Fellow at Stanford's Center for Comparative Studies in Race and Ethnicity.