The American education system was developed over 100 years ago to prepare students for jobs of that time. So why has that system remained virtually unchanged when our culture and economy have dramatically shifted to an age of information and technology? Most Likely to Succeed is an edu-documentary which will change the way you think about “school” and how it can prepare us for the future.
Join us at 6:30 pm on Wednesday, March 9, 2016, in Pickard Auditorium for a free public showing of Most Likely to Succeed and a discussion with education experts Oliver Schinkten of Linkedin and Dr. Joshua Garrison of UW-Oshkosh.
Learn how the Neenah Joint School District is embracing the revolutionary ideas in the film through the Arete Academy at Neenah High School and how it prepares your children for success in the 21st Century.
"Most Likely to Succeed is a thought-provoking documentary which questions whether our education system is preparing students for the 21st century. This documentary sparks the conversation that every community needs to have.”
Oliver Schinkten, Linkedin
"The 21st century is going to be all about building, creating, and innovating. This remarkable film shows a path of how we can empower all of our children to do that."
“Incredible! It is the best explanation I have seen of what the issues are with education in America. I have not been this excited about the future of education in a very long time."