Screening of "TEACHED: Three Short Films about Education in America"
October 9, 2012 7:00pm - 8:30pm
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.