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Most Likely To Succeed is the best film ever done on the topic of school — both its past and its future. The film inspires its audiences with a sense of purpose and possibility, and is bringing school communities together in re-imagining what our students and teachers are capable of doing. Run, don’t walk, to bring this film to your school. After seeing this film, you’ll never look at school the same way again.

Upcoming Screenings

08/28/16 Coburg, Australia Coburg High School, 101 Urquhart Street at 3:00 PM
08/29/16 Dalton, MA Nessacus Regional Middle School, 35 Fox Road at 9:30 AM
08/30/16 Clio, MI Clio Area Schools, Clio Area High School Auditorium, 1 Mustang Drive at 8:00 AM
08/30/16 St. Davids, PA Eastern University, 1300 Eagle Road at 4:30 PM
08/30/16 Gisborne, New Zealand Lytton High School, 347 Nelson Road at 6:00 PM
09/25/16 Seattle, WA Shoreline Conference Center, 115 Northeast 100th Street, Suite 110 at 3:00 PM
09/27/16 Amesbury, MA Sparhawk School, 4 Noel Street at 5:10 PM
09/27/16 Greenville, North Carolina East Carolina University, 1000 East Fifth Street, Speight Building Room 129 at 5:30 PM
09/27/16 Jonesboro, AR Arkansas State University, Reng Student Union, 101 North Caraway Road at 6:00 PM
09/27/16 Hillsdale, NJ Pascack Valley High School, 200 Piermont Avenue at 7:00 PM
09/28/16 Wallingford, CT Lyman Hall High School, 70 Pond Hill Road at 6:30 PM

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Change starts with you! Fill out the form below to host a screening of Most Likely To Succeed in your community and ignite a critical conversation about what you can do to move education forward.

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