Profile: Waiting for “Superman” movie

The 2010 documentary Waiting for ‘Superman’, directed by Davis Guggenheim, features kids who are applying to get into better public schools, but have to win a lottery to get in.

One of the high-quality schools featured is the Harlem Children’s Zone, founded by Geoffrey Canada, in New York City.

Another featured school is KIPP, which has several campuses in San Antonio.

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I'm a mom in San Antonio, Texas who wants to spread the news about high-performing charter schools and ideas for educational fun.
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2 Responses to Profile: Waiting for “Superman” movie

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