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The Educator’s Room is pleased to announce that we are partnering with 3 producers (who happen to be teachers) to have a private screening of their landmark documentary, “Scapegoats the Documentary.” I happened to have the pleasure to view the finished product and this film will make any teacher examine why we’ve been the scapegoats for so long in education.
Take a moment to watch the trailer.
While this is a free screening, there are only 120 seats available so please RSVP and tell several of your friends in education! In addition, copies of the book, “Keep the Fire Burning: Avoiding Teacher Burnout” will be available to purchase for $10.
Where: Landmark Midtown Arts Cinema
931 Monroe DR NE
When: May 18th, 2013
Time: 11:00 am to 1:00 pm
There are only 120 spots available so you must RSVP! Click here to reserve your spot.