I am forwarding you this email from WEF and am encouraging you to attend.
The Hunnewell School Council is hoping to explore this topic further with a parent book group focused on the book, Creative Schools, written by Ken Robinson, Ph.D. More information to follow. Please joing the Hardy, Upham and PAWS community next Monday, November 9 at 6:30pm in WMS auditorium.
You’re invited to watch the award-winning film, MOST LIKELY TO SUCCEED, on Monday, November 9that 6:30p at the WMS auditorium. Join us for a film screening and community discussion about education and curriculum reform in 21st century America.
The Wellesley Public Schools in partnership with the Wellesley Education Foundation invite you to attend a screening of the award-winning film Most Likely to Succeed, a documentary which Superintendent Dr. David Lussier describes as “incredibly thought-provoking in its examination of the underlying assumptions that have guided the development of public education in the U.S., as well as its questioning of whether these same assumptions are still relevant today as we prepare our students for a rapidly changing, interconnected world.”
We believe the film Most Likely to Succeed will be a springboard for important community-wide conversations about public education between and among parents, teachers, and students. While the screenings are organized by school, members from the community are invited to attend any of the showings. Rather than promote any particular model or approach, our goal is to provoke, challenge, and perhaps even inspire, as we remain focused on providing our students with a world-class education in Wellesley.
Admission is free of charge however pre-registration is required. To reserve a free ticket, CLICK HERE.
Thanks, Carol and Linda
Carol Almeda-Morrow, MBA
14 Eisenhower Circle
Wellesley, MA 02482