Sep 24, 2015
Directed by Greg Whiteley
Rated Not Rated, 86 min.
Presented by Sundance Institute, Park City Education Foundation, Park City Film Series, Park City School District, and the Weilenmann School of Discovery
This feature-length documentary examines the collision of innovation with our nationís obsolete education system. Follow students, teachers, and concerned parents at a radically different high school that is attempting to rethink what it means to be an educated young adult prepared for the twenty-first century.
*Post-film discussion with Ted Dintersmith, Organizer, Funder, and Executive Producer of Most Likely To Succeed; Cynthia K. Phillips, Executive Director, Weilenmann School of Discovery; Dr. Kathleen Einhorn, Associate Superintendent of Teaching, Learning and Technology, Park City School District; Al Landon, Assistant Dean, David Eccles School of Business; Charlie Mathews, K-12 STEM Coordinator, Park City School District; and moderated by Leslie Thatcher, News Director, KPCW.
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