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Exploring a School with No Classrooms

Imagine a high school where classrooms aren’t divided by subject matter, and there aren’t even class periods or bells – and teachers are told to teach however they want. That’s the reality for a high school in California profiled in the documentary “Most Likely to Succeed.” The film, which premiered at Sundance Film Festival last year, is created by author, father and venture capitalist Ted Dintersmith. “The only thing college guarantees today is the large checks that have to be written to pay for it,” Dintersmith argues in making his case that America’s current education system is outdated and failing students.