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School Choice Becomes a Hollywood Cause

The movie "Won't Back Down" starring Maggie Gyllenhaal and Viola Davis was a box-office dud, barely earning $5 million and disappearing from theaters soon after its September 2012 release.

But the film's creators, and a cadre of influential admirers, have more than ticket sales in mind. They hope the classroom drama about two single moms in Pittsburgh trying to save their kids' failing inner-city school also sparks a wave of activism while igniting widespread legal changes to give parents more control over how their children learn.

Source: ABC News. Read full article. (link)

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  • Agreenweed||

    Next thing you know, they'll be making hollywood movies promoting the second amendment and freedom of speech. Wait did I really just say that?

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