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On NPR’s All Things Considered, Melissa Block speaks with Director Davis Guggenheim about the future of America’s public education system and more.
Watch Katie Couric’s intense interview with Director Davis Guggenheim.
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In this exclusive online commentary from the New York Times report, Rebecca Strauss concludes that “educational excellence is increasingly the preserve of the rich.”
The use of standardized tests skyrocketed in 2002 with the No Child Left Behind Act. Since then, U.S. students have drastically slipped in world rankings.
Is there any evidence to prove that the two are related?
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After sparking a national debate with his film WAITING FOR SUPERMAN, director Davis Guggenheim got to work on yet another film called TEACH.
Learn more on the Huffington Post.