TONITE: A Must-See Film for Parents and Kids

MACC at the Movies: Race to Nowhere by Municipal Alliance Committee of the Chathams
Wednesday, May 30  •  7pm

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“Race to Nowhere” is a film that calls us to challenge current thinking about how we prepare our children for success. Named by as one of “10 Education Documentaries You Don’t Want to Miss”, “Race to Nowhere” brings communities together to spark dialogue and galvanize change in America’s schools.

Featuring the heartbreaking stories of students across the country who have been pushed to the brink by over-scheduling, over-testing and the relentless pressure to achieve, “Race to Nowhere” points to a silent epidemic in our schools. Through the testimony of educators, parents and education experts, it reveals an education system in which cheating has become commonplace; students have become disengaged; stress-related illness, depression and burnout are rampant; and young people arrive at college and the workplace unprepared and uninspired.

Shown nationwide and internationally in more than 7,000 schools, universities, cinemas, hospitals, corporations and community centers, “Race to Nowhere” has become the centerpiece of a nationwide, grassroots movement for the transformation of education.

The film will be followed by a panel discussion featuring local experts to discuss how we prepare our children for success.

For more info go to MACC. The event is free but you must register as seating is limited. 

Roberts Chatham Cinema, 641 Shunpike Road, Chatham.


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