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Regional screenings of 'Most Likely to Succeed' documentary

Following its successful premiere at uLearn15, CORE Education is delighted to support regional screenings of the documentary Most Likely to Succeed.

This inspirational film encourages educators to explore new possibilities for designing learning and transforming education for our young people. The screenings offer an exciting opportunity to connect with your local school community and debate the issues raised in the film.

This film is an excellent kick-starter for discussion on transformational learning. Begin your transformational learning conversations with us!

Run your own screening of Most Likely to Succeed! Let CORE help you run your own screening for your cluster or area.

Upcoming Screenings

  • ULearn 2016- Rotorua on 5 October

For Further Information, contact: Sarah Whiting sarah.whiting@core-ed.org

 

About the Documentary

Our school system was designed in 1893

For most of the last century, entry-level jobs were plentiful, and college was an affordable path to a fulfilling career. That world no longer exists. The feature-length documentary Most Likely to Succeed examines the history of education, revealing the growing shortcomings of our school model in todayʼs innovative world. 

Directed by acclaimed documentarian Greg Whiteley, the film has been named “among the best edu-documentaries ever produced” by Education Week, and called a “smart and engaging look at education in the 21st century” by The Hollywood Reporter. Film Threat stated that “this film should be a required course for all parents and educators.” Most Likely to Succeed is an official selection of many top film festivals, including the prestigious 2015 Sundance Film Festival and Tribeca Film Festival.

Please note this film is rated PG. Films and games with a PG label can be sold, hired, or shown to anyone. The PG label means that this film is aimed at an adult audience and guidance from a parent or guardian is recommended for younger viewers.

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