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Film Screening & Discussion, Apr. 11: The Inconvenient Truth Behind ‘Waiting for Superman’

On Monday, April 11th at 6:00 p.m., Community League of the Heights will host a community screening of “The Inconvenient Truth Behind Waiting For Superman,” the brand new NYC documentary challenging the ideology and prescriptions of the 2010 film “Waiting For Superman.”

WHEN: Monday, April 11th, 6:00 p.m.-9:00 p.m.
WHERE: Church On The Hill, 2005 Amsterdam Avenue, 2nd Fl. (between 159th and 160th)
WHO: Parents, youth, educators, and other community members, especially residents of Washington Heights, West Harlem and Inwood.
PANELISTS INCLUDE: Julie Cavanagh, Film Director and Public School TeacherMiriam Aristy-Farer, Public School Parent; Adam Stevens, Assistant Principal, Community Health Academy of the Heights; Dr. Sam Anderson, Black New Yorkers for Educational Excellence. Moderated by Joe Rogers, Jr., Founder & Facilitator, Total Equity Now.
Post-screening small group discussions and a Q&A with panelists will examine several teaching and learning-related themes covered in the film. Building on a similar screening and discussion of “Waiting for Superman” on March 28th, this event will expose community members to additional, sometimes contrasting, perspectives on today’s pressing issues of education policy and practice.
Please join us!

Check out Norms Notes for a variety of articles of interest: http://normsnotes2.blogspot.com/. And make sure to check out the side panel on right for news bits.

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