Race to Nowhere

Molloy College invites you to a free screening of "Race to Nowhere" at the Madison Theatre.

"Race to Nowhere" is an award-winning documentary that highlights the unintended consequences of our pressure-cooker culture and education system.  An eye-opening call to action, the film challenges current assumptions about how to best prepare young people for the future. Following the film, a panel of local educators will discuss the issues highlighted in the film.

Date and Time
: May 4, 2012 at 7 p.m.
Location: Madison Theatre at Molloy College
RSVP: Ellen Harold at 516.678.5000 ext. 6928 or eharold@molloy.edu
Directions
to Molloy College


Confirmed Panelists: 

Dr. Anael Alston 
Principal of Robert M. Finley Middle School, Glen Cove 
MetLife/NASSP Middle Level Principal of the Year Award Recipient for 
the state of New York. 
aalston@glencove.k12.ny.us 

Julie Burgos 
Social worker (LMSW) in the Brentwood School District 
LILTA's Second Vice-President 
Adjunct professor at Adelphi University 
jburgos@bufsd.org 

Jonathan Klomp 
Current President of LIASCD 
Director of Social Studies at Amityville Schools 
Doctoral candidate at Hofstra University 
JKlomp@amityvilleufsd.org 

Dr. Brandi Taub, Child Psychologist and Certified School Psychologist 
headpros@optonline.net

Maryclaire Dumas-Landisi
ELA/ESL Teacher Freeport School District Adjunct Professor Adelphi University
mdumas@freeportschools.org

"The Race to Nowhere is another inconvenient truth. It's a wake-up call to all of us who care about children, the purpose of schools, and how we define success in American education. And, importantly, it provides viewers with excellent, actionable suggestions of how to begin to address change locally in our schools."
- The George Lucas Educational Foundation

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