Davis Guggenheim (An Inconvenient Truth) serves up an involving and alarming analysis of America’s crumbling education system and its ‘drop-out factory’ schools.
A persuasive blend of real-life stories and dinky animated statistics pins the blame on obstructive teachers’ unions as the bogeyman.
But though acute about the problem, the film is over-reliant on one proposed remedy – charter schools – whose ‘good teachers make good schools’ shtick runs through the worthy extras like lettering through rock.
Not so much An Inconvenient Truth as A Self Evident Truth.
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