|Genres||Biography Documentary Short|
|Director||Kimberly Goodman Henry Hebert|
|Plot||Dream with Me uncovers the deepest cracks of how the system is leaving our children severely under-educated and unprepared while leading a nation into a silent epidemic of high dropout rates that could paralyze the future of our country. Granted unprecedented access inside Los Angeles Unified School District for an entire school year, the film provides a startling look at what is transpiring in our schools. This intimate portrayal shows the impact of social promotion, overcrowding, test scores, budget cuts, pink slips, teacher layoffs and unions have on the schools. Making clear some of the fundamental inequalities forced on the least powerful in our country, while providing the potential to inspire individuals to become the agents of change needed to save public education in America.... search for Dream with Me: One Year in America's Public Schools on IMDb|
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