This is from an article in NEA Today:
Go Public: A Day in the Life of an American School District, a documentary in which 50 small-camera crews followed a wide-ranging group of individuals who attend, support, and work in the Pasadena Unified School District, a racially and economically diverse district of 28 public school campuses. Screening in theaters during American Education Week and in the coming months. Go Public tells the story of one full day, from sun up to long after sundown.
Here’s the trailer:
Thanks Larry for posting about the GO PUBLIC film. The film is now available through Tugg, a web-platform that lets individuals and groups bring GO PUBLIC to a theater in their community. (tugg.com/titles/go-public)
The film is also available on our website for licensed screenings. (store.gopublicproject.org)
Watching the film with a group is a great way to engage a community in conversation around local public schools. It will raise awareness and encourage informed advocacy!
In addition to the feature film, there are 50 short 4-minute films available to view on the GO PUBLIC website (http://gopublicproject.org/50-films/) as well as 65 GO PUBLIC Voices; short interview clips from various subjects interviewed while filming. (gopublicproject.org/category/publicvoices)
Thanks again for helping us spread the word about GO PUBLIC! (gopublicproject.org)