After spending a year as a student teacher in a New York City elementary school, documentary filmmaker Lerone Wilson explores the effects of George W. Bush’s momentous No Child Left Behind Act on schools across the country.
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In 2005 you came to Monmouth University to show the film NCLB and we held the event at a JCC in Deal, NJ. I picked you up at the train and we had a discussion.
Just checking in to say hello and let you know that since then, I have been blogging at http://www.schoolsmatter.blogspot.com and involved in Save Our Schools, United Opt Out and Parents Across America as well as writing articles.
I hope you are doing well and making films wherever you might. I am working in Brooklyn and by now you are probably in the movie business, I hope but if not, let me know how you are doing and if your are teaching or in the NYC area and might be interested in doing some work with any of these groups.