UW-Eau Claire and area school districts will host the celebrated, award-winning documentary "Most Likely to Succeed" at 5:30 p.m. Tuesday, May 10, in the Woodland Theater and Ojibwe Ballroom of Davies Center on UW-Eau Claire's lower campus. The film is free and open to the public.
"Most Likely to Succeed" serves as a catalyst for discussions surrounding the future of our schools from early childhood to higher education.
According to Mark Lang of the Charter Partners Institute, "This movie brilliantly tells a story every community needs to hear. It shows us how reinventing our approach to education can make every student an independent, lifelong learner fully prepared for today's challenges and opportunities."
A discussion of how we can apply concepts from the film to our own local classrooms and schools will follow the documentary screening.
To register for the screening and discussion, please click here. For additional information, contact Dr. Carmen Manning, dean of the UW-Eau Claire College of Education and Human Sciences, at 715-836-3264 or firstname.lastname@example.org.