Backpack Full of Cash: See this film!

MY TWO CENTS

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On Sunday, April 23, 2017, I attended a screening of Backpack Full of Cash as part of the Nashville Film Festival. It was sold out.

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Last year, at the Network for Public Education National Conference in Raleigh, North Carolina, I was fortunate to attend a screening of a rough cut of this film and meet the filmmakers. Matt Damon narrates the film, and we had Nancy Carlsson-Paige (his mom!), introduce the film to us. It was pretty cool to say the least.

Over at the blog Busted Pencils, Tim Slekar has an interview with the filmmakers discussing why they felt compelled to make this film. In the film, filmmakers Sarah Mondale and Vera Aronow focus on the 2013-2014 school year in three cities where corporate reformers have a strong foothold: Philadelphia, New Orleans, and Nashville, as well as other cities. They clearly show the negative effect that school choice…

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