"Teacher of the Year" Screening

Wednesday, May 16, 1:15–3 p.m.

**Please note: This event is free to the public, but will be on a first come, first served basis. The screening will take place in Daniels Auditorium, which only has the capacity to seat 300 people. Overflow attendance will be available in our Longleaf Classroom in the lower level of the museum. Longleaf can seat around 80 people. Q&As will be available in both classrooms following the screening.**

What happens when a real teacher tries to become a Hollywood hero?

"Teacher of the Year" follows Leesville Road High School social studies teacher, Angie Scioli, over the course of a school year as she strives for perfection as a teacher, mother, wife, daughter, and burgeoning advocate for public education. This inside look at the life of a real Raleigh, North Carolina teacher is juxtaposed with scenes from Hollywood teacher movies, and interviews with scholars and experts in media studies, education, and sociology.

"Teacher of the Year" is directed by Rob Phillips and Jay Korreck.

For more information, contact Emily Grant at 919-807-7979.