The film series A 21st Century Education profiles acclaimed school-reform leaders, both thinkers and practitioners. Together, the twelve first-person films that make up this series explore three related themes - Technology, Student-Centered Learning, and Social Justice - each in its own way at the center of current debate about what works, and what's needed, to help students succeed during school and in life.
Technology and 21st Century Learning
These films look specifically at the ways that the latest digital and mobile technologies can potentially transform the ways that young people communicate, collaborate, and learn.
These films look specifically at ways in which school leaders and educators are testing and proving project-based models for a new, student-centered model of learning.
Social Equity and Justice in Education
Dismissing suggestions that poor kids can't learn, these films demonstrate how much is possible when people come together to challenge the conventional wisdom about urban public education.