Community colleges are the fastest growing segment of American higher education–and some say the most vital to America’s future. But growing enrollment is straining the system.
Explores the roots of California's current education crisis, tracing it to the anti-tax movement of the 1970's and 80's and to civil rights lawsuits that aimed to equalize school spending but resulted instead in disastrous funding limits on schools.
This documentary follows the experiences of four families in New York, Atlanta, Bridgeport, CT and Paris, France. It reveals the range of preschool education available, from an expensive private school, to uneven federal and state programs, to an innovative big-city approach.