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Inconvenient Truth screening @NYU Oct 27th


Please join us on Thursday, October 27th at 7:00 PM for a screening of:The Inconvenient Truth Behind Waiting for Superman
It has been one year since the premiere of Davis Guggenheim’s documentary, Waiting for Superman, was released in New York City. A slick, emotionally charged advertisement for charter schools, Guggenheim’s film was promoted relentlessly by the corporate media…and flopped at the box office. This new documentary, created by grassroots activists, tells another side of the story–the side of public school parents, teachers and students who are fighting for real reform!For more information, please visit our Facebook page:
and invite as many of your friends as you would like!

Date: Thursday, October 27th  @ 7 PM
Location: New York University Silver Center, Room 520
100 Washington Square East (b/w Washington Pl and Waverly)

A discussion led by Grassroots Education Movement with NYC parents, teachers and social workers will follow the screening.


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  2. Sounds like you are off to a good start with things – hope the scohol is responsive and helpful. We have had pretty good results with our local elementary scohol; although there are ups and downs, they have been receptive to discussion and change where needed.

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