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Brooklyn Castle - awesome

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Brooklyn Castle - awesome documentary about I.S. 318. Now on DVD and in some theaters.

Program Director, Chess

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Program Director, Chess Challenge in DC

teacher educator

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Oh my gosh.... the movie Teachers with Nick Nolte has to be on this list. The exchange near the end between Nolte (as an irreverent but effective teacher) and his principal is positively priceless... and sums up the education profession perfectly!
"You're crazy, you know that?"
"What can I say? I'm a teacher."

High School Social Studies Teacher

Walkout

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Walkout

Its about the studet walkouts in LA highschools.

Teacher, Writer, and Artist

ENDEAVOR TO PERSEVERE

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The Outlaw Josey Wales. A rich, moving story with place, time, and character.

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Literacy Specialist

Must See Movie

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Temple Grandin....Every educator need to see this movie to relate to how a child with autism thinks and relates to the world!

EdTech teacher for students and teachers from Elmwood Park, IL

Films for Teachers

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"Mr. Holland's Opus" and "The Ron Clark Story"

Teacher of MS Math, Algebra, 6th Gr SS, MathCounts & Basketball coach...NC

Temple Grandin

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Insight into the mind of autism and a true story.

I would strongly recommend

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I would strongly recommend "Teachers" with Nick Nolte and "To Sir, With Love" starring Sidney Poitier

Life Skills Support Teacher

The Sound of Music film was

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The Sound of Music film was conceived to provide Julie Andrews with a starring vehicle after she was denied to play Eliza Dolittle, a role she created on stage, in the 1964 film adaptation of My Fair Lady with Audrey Hepburn in the title role.

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