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The History Boys by Alan Bennett
Taylor Mali’s “What Teachers Make”
Blackboard Jungle (starring Glen Ford)
Coach Carter (starring Samuel L. Jackson)
Conrack (starring John Voight)
The Corn is Green (starring Bette Davis and Katharine Hepburn)
Dangerous Minds (starring Michelle Pfeiffer)
Dead Poets Society (starring Robin Williams)
The Emperors Club (Starring Kevin Cline)
Finding Forrester (starring Sean Connery)
Freedom Writers (starring Hilary Swank)
Good Will Hunting (starring Matt Damon and Robin Williams)
Goodbye Mr. Chips (starring Robert Donat)
Hoosiers (starring Gene Hackman)
The King and I (starring Deborah Kerr and Yul Brynner)
Lean on Me (starring Morgan Freeman)
The Miracle Worker (starring Anne Bancroft)
Mona Lisa Smile (starring Julia Roberts)
Mr. Holland’s Opus (starring Richard Dreyfuss)
The Prime of Miss Jean Brodie (starring Maggie Smith)
School of Rock (starring Jack Black)
Sister Act (starring Whoopi Goldberg)
Stand and Deliver (starring Edward James Olmos)
To Sir with Love (starring Sydney Poitier)
Up the Down Staircase (starring Sandy Dennis)
“Still Segregated, Still Unequal: Analyzing the Impact of No Child Left Behind on African American Students” Knaus, C. B. (2007). State of Black America, 2007. Washington, DC: National Urban League. (PDF)
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