Union University

Photo Project

Photo Project

The Union Photo Project > Events > School of Education Movie Screening: Race to Nowhere

School of Education Movie Screening: Race to Nowhere (Oct 18, 2011)

Select image to enter slideshow

Thomas Rosebrough, executive dean of the college of education and human studies, introduces the film "Race to Nowhere" about the problems with education in America.  The film was shown by the School of Education.   - Photo by Zac Calvert
10/18/11 | 18770 | XL
Thomas Rosebrough, executive dean of the college of education and human studies, introduces the film "Race to Nowhere" about the problems with education in America. The film was shown by the School of Education. - Zac Calvert
Union students, faculty, and staff watch "Race to Nowhere", a film about the downsides of American education.  The film was shown by Union University School of Education.  - Photo by Zac Calvert
10/18/11 | 18771 | XL
Union students, faculty, and staff watch "Race to Nowhere", a film about the downsides of American education. The film was shown by Union University School of Education. - Zac Calvert
Union students, faculty, and staff watch "Race to Nowhere", a film about the faults of American education being shown by the School of Education. - Photo by Zac Calvert
10/18/11 | 18772 | XL
Union students, faculty, and staff watch "Race to Nowhere", a film about the faults of American education being shown by the School of Education. - Zac Calvert
Greg Thornbury, dean of the school of theology and missions, and Versie Hamlett, principal of Andrew Jackson Elementary Magnet School and elementary leader in Jackson/Madison county, answer questions as part of a panel set up by the School of Education.  The panel was preceded by the viewing of the film "Race to Nowhere", which is about the faults of American education. - Photo by Zac Calvert
10/18/11 | 18774 | XL
Greg Thornbury, dean of the school of theology and missions, and Versie Hamlett, principal of Andrew Jackson Elementary Magnet School and elementary leader in Jackson/Madison county, answer questions as part of a panel set up by the School of Education. The panel was preceded by the viewing of the film "Race to Nowhere", which is about the faults of American education. - Zac Calvert
Greg Thornbury, Versie Hamlett, Steve Malone, and Roman Williams answer questions in a panel concerning the faults of the American education system. - Photo by Zac Calvert
10/18/11 | 18775 | XL
Greg Thornbury, Versie Hamlett, Steve Malone, and Roman Williams answer questions in a panel concerning the faults of the American education system. - Zac Calvert
Greg Thornbury, dean of the school of theology and missions, Versie Hamlett, principal of Andrew Jackson Elementary Magnet School, Steve Malone, principal of Medina Middle School, and Roman Williams, assistant professor of sociology, speak in a panel concerning the faults of the American education system.  The panel was preceded by the showing of the film "Race to Nowhere", a documentary on the downsides of American education.  - Photo by Zac Calvert
10/18/11 | 18776 | XL
Greg Thornbury, dean of the school of theology and missions, Versie Hamlett, principal of Andrew Jackson Elementary Magnet School, Steve Malone, principal of Medina Middle School, and Roman Williams, assistant professor of sociology, speak in a panel concerning the faults of the American education system. The panel was preceded by the showing of the film "Race to Nowhere", a documentary on the downsides of American education. - Zac Calvert

Search Options

Caption Search
Search by Month
ID Search
Social Media Photo Feeds

Search by Category

Academics
Administrative Departments
Athletics
Student Organizations
Centers and Institutes
Employees
Physical Locations
Photographer

Excellence-Driven Christ-Centered People-Focused Future-Directed

Apply to Union Campus Visits Give to Union
Union University