School principals weigh in on 'Waiting for Superman'
Nov. 2, 2010 issue:
The documentary film, Waiting for Superman, has been generating a lot of buzz since its release in September for its portrayal of problems within U.S. schools and what might be done to solve them. The movie, directed by Oscar winner Davis Guggenheim, An Inconvenient Truth, explores charter schools — public schools operating outside the boundaries of public school systems — competitive lotteries to get into them, and roles played by parents, students, teachers and unions. Reuters asked four real-life principals to watch the film and talk about its themes. Each principal was asked the same questions.
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