Most Likely to Succeed examines the growing shortcomings of conventional education methods in today's innovative world and explores compelling new approaches aimed at inspiring communities to reimagine what students and teachers are capable of doing.
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This documentary plays like a marketing piece for High Tech High. While I found it entertaining, I am not entirely convinced. The most glaring omission is any sort of exmission statistics or follow-up stories on its graduates (where are they now in the real world?). With 18 years of history at the time of the release of this documentary, there ought to be some tangible evidence available. Furthermore, the credentials of the “experts” shown in this documentary are also questionable. As a parent, I am often disillusioned about the state of our education system and am open to new ideas/methodology; however, this documentary did not do it for me. I am reluctant to gamble with the future of my children when I only have ONE chance to get it right.
Just got done watching it 6/21/19 and I am really inspired. All I want for my daughter is the ability to be successful and happy. College isn't for everyone which is why an education system like this is extremely important. I am curious to know if they got more information in the last few years that backs this type of schooling.