Come See "Most Likely To Succeed"

Friday, January 22nd after our Round-Table Meeting

Ross was able to get an extra viewing of the documentary he showed to his entire community. Experience the challenges our schools face and how we can work together to create change...


Most Likely To Succeed!

Friday, Jan. 22nd, 9am

404 Indiana Avenue

Long Branch, NJ

Stay to watch the film Most Likely To Succeed immediately after our meeting!

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The film premiered in January, 2015, at the Sundance Film Festival, which this past year accepted 1% of the 12,000 submissions it received.

Most Likely to Succeed has gone on to be selected by numerous exceptional film festivals (Tribeca, Cleveland, Dallas, Sarasota, SxSWedu, Seattle, AFI, and more) and has been the opening night feature at top education conferences (ASU / GSV, Deeper Learning, Learn Capital, New Schools Venture Fund Summit, and Goldman Sachs / Harvard).

The film has been seen by several likely 2016 Presidential candidates.

The director of the film, Greg Whiteley, is one of America’s top documentarians, with multiple Sundance premieres.

The idea and funding for the film came from Ted Dintersmith, a venture capitalist who is an expert on innovation and education, with a forthcoming book co-authored with Tony Wagner.

The team tapped into many leading education experts in the course of making the film, including Dr. Wagner, author of top-selling books The Global Achievement Gap and Creating Innovators.