The MSU Leadership Institute presents Most Likely to Succeed
- Tuesday, February 7, 2017 from 4:30pm to 6:30pm
- Strand Union Building, Procrastinator Theater - view map
The brilliant documentary, Most Likely to Succeed created by Greg Whiteley and Larry Rosenstock, inspires students, teachers, and parents alike to challenge today’s outdated education system and rethink what schools in the United States are capable of accomplishing. Once considered to be the pinnacle of education during the Industrial Revolution, this same education system today seems to leave countless graduates with no prospect of a secure future. Follow experts, including Sir Ken Robinson, as they explore the unorthodox teaching methods of High Tech High in San Diego. Together, they begin to unravel just how to create a generation that is truly prepared for the 21st century.
The MSU Leadership Institute will be hosting “Most Likely to Succeed” on Tuesday, February 7th, in the Strand Union Building Procrastinator Theater. Admission is free and doors will open at 4pm with the showing beginning at 4:30pm, lasting 1 hour and 26 minutes. The event precedes the Leadership Institute’s sold-out lecture by Sir Ken Robinson entitled “How Passion Changes Everything.”