The Washington K14 Faculty Senate and Research Alliance is proud to present "Race to Nowhere" on April 28, 2016, at 6:00 p.m. The screening will be held at Columbia Basin College's Library Lecture Hall, 2600 N 20th Avenue, Pasco, WA. Kindly visit the website of Washington K14 Faculty Senate for more details.
About the Film "Race to Nowhere"
"Race to Nowhere" is a film of enlightenment, especially to parents. It talks about how the kids can be raised in such a way that can make them goal-oriented while keeping their childhood a joyful one. There are several scenes in the film that can encourage the community to work together in order to better the principles of the American schools. "Race to Nowhere" highlights scenes that demonstrate students who are at knifepoint trying to excel in school and be achievers. This film has been shown in many countries and it's gradually awakening the community to the need for education transformation.
The ticket for the screening of "Race to Nowhere" costs $15. Only 135 individuals can be accommodated. Early acquisition of tickets is advised.
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