On February 11, 2012, the CMTI at CSUF hosted a screening of The Mitchell 20 in the Titan Theater.
The Mitchell 20 is a documentary film about a group of educators who took control of their professional growth and changed their school. This 90 minute film, narrated by Edward James Olmos, chronicles the achievements and struggles of 20 teachers and their principal to improve the teaching and learning at their urban school.
The screening was followed by a panel discussion. Panelists included:
¨ Haydee Rodriguez, NBCT—teacher, Central Union High School District and Board Member, National Board for Professional Teaching Standards
¨ Kiela Bonelli, NBCT—Principal, Desert Springs Middle School, Palm Springs USD
¨ Renae Bryant, NBCT — Teacher, Corona Norco USD
¨ Carey Tillery, Ph.D. — Educational Services Coordinator, Corona Norco USD
¨ Lisa Robles , NBCT — Teacher, Miles Avenue Elementary School, Los Angeles USD
Watch a video of the panel discussion here!