Most Likely To Succeed

Change Agents

MLTS Change Agents are past screening hosts who continue to spread the film and its message throughout their communities. With our support, Change Agents engage other stakeholders in ongoing screening events and follow up discussions, activities, and initiatives. MLTS Change Agents are our thought partners - their input shapes the way we work to transform schools across the world. To learn more about the program, please submit an inquiry below.

Melinda Alcosser

Branford, CT

My goal in sharing the film and its message is...

to bring awareness and perspective about the way schools can educate that is different from the past, and how this educational design serves youth.

Jonathan Bisson

Amenia, NY

My goal in sharing the film and its message is...

to create a narrative of my school's past, present, and future that will enable transformation. Using the insights contained in MLTS, I wish to help build a shared vision for our future as well as boost and redesign my institution's culture.

Michael Bitton

Lakewood, NJ

My goal in sharing the film and its message is...

to help inspire parents and educators about what education can look like. Our current educational model is not reaching our students nor giving them the tools they need to succeed. We can, no, must change that!

Jessica Dain

Olathe, KS

My goal in sharing the film and its message is...

to make our entire community aware of the 21st Century Skills our students will need in order to be prepared for THEIR future!

Yuan Gu

Shanghai, China

My goal in sharing the film and its message is...

to inform people that change of education is underway and to inspire people that they can be part of the change.

Temp Keller

Austin, TX

My goal in sharing the film and its message is...

to work together to project the future of K-12 --- locally, nationally and globally.

Travis Lape

Sioux Falls, SD

My goal in sharing the film and its message is...

to help bring all stakeholders together working towards one goal. That goal being to prepare our learners for a world that they can lead.

John Moore

Wilmington, DE

My goal in sharing the film and its message is...

to make school different.

Austin Page

Provo, UT

My goal in sharing the film and its message is...

to help people realize that we are all agents to act, not objects to be acted upon.

Tom Ralston

Pittsburgh, PA

My goal in sharing the film and its message is...

to continue to grow the belief that we can break out of the antiquated structure of school to consider new ways of engaging children in meaningful learning experiences.

Boone Scharp

Kingsley, Michigan

My goal in sharing the film and its message is...

...students need to feel a sense of purpose when they are in school. The current focus on Standardized Tests is misguided. No one wants "test takers" in the work force, we need critical thinkers that can collaborate and innovate.

Kelley Tenkely

Centennial, CO

My goal in sharing the film and its message is...

to engage meaningful conversations (that result in action) about how to restore humanity in education.

Teresa Tung

Bangkok, Thailand

My goal in sharing the film and its message is...

to provoke conversation about how our community can better serve our students in the innovation age.

Wasim Ullah

Ghakhar, Punjab, Pakistan

My goal in sharing the film and its message is...

to feed my passion and to help mark a brighter future.

Sarah Whiting

Christchurch, NZ

My goal in sharing the film and its message is...

to spread the word of possibility in education. Education should be learner-led, creative, and innovative. This film provides the real-life backbone to this.

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