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Screening of "TEACHED: Three Short Films about Education in America"

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October 9, 2012 7:00pm - 8:30pm

Stanford Graduate School of Business
Knight Management Center
Gunn 101

Youth and Education Advocates at SLS, the Education Club at the GSB, and the Stanford University School of Education will be screening a series of short films and interviews about three major issues in American education policy:

  • "The Path to Prison" - A young man's story that tracks the school-to-prison pipeline for poor, uneducated, young men of color.
  • "The Blame Game: Teachers Speak Out" - Interviews on the role of teacher quality in education reform and how to aspire toward a more nuanced discourse around the role of teachers in reform efforts.
  • "Unchartered Territory" - Explores the impact of charter schools on historically underserved communities.

The event hosts will facilitate discussion between each short film. Visit www.teached.org for more information.