The Young Friends Network of Children’s Education Alliance of Missouri (CEAM), in partnership with Missouri Charter Public School Association, City of St. Louis Mayor’s Office, and STLCitySchools.org will host a screening of Most Likely to Succeed on March 23rd, 2016.
The feature-length documentary Most Likely To Succeed examines the history of education in the United States from it’s design in the 1800’s to present and explores compelling new approaches that could change the teaching and learning process as we know it.
CEAM, and partners, are offering this screening to highlight innovation in education. We invite educators, young professionals and anyone interested in the future of education.
March 23rd, 2016
Food: Snacks and light appetizers will be provided by CEAM during the film. Cash bar will be available with drink specials throughout the night. In addition, anyone craving a full meal can order from the Pat Connelly menu before or after the film.
Street Parking Available.
See a preview at: http://mltsfilm.org/
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