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A Perfect Storm: The Takeover of New Orleans Public Schools Part One 17 Days in November

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A Perfect Storm: The Takeover of New Orleans Public Schools Part One 17 Days in November

by the N. O. Equity Roundtable

A Perfect Storm: The Takeover of New Orleans Public Schools Part One 17 Days in November from N.O. Education Equity Roundtable on Vimeo.

A Perfect Storm: The Takeover of New Orleans Public Schools Part One 17 Days in November from N.O. Education Equity Roundtable on Vimeo.

A Perfect Storm: The Takeover of New Orleans Public Schools is the first in series of short videos, that reveals the real story behind the creation of the nation's first all charter school district. These videos are made possible with the support of the The Schott Foundation and The New Orleans Education Equity Roundtable. They are produced in partnership with Bayou and Me Productions.

For the past seven years, state education officials and corporate school reformers have touted the dramatic turnaround of New Orleans public schools. National media outlets have published numerous articles and TV news stories of the miracle in New Orleans citing unprecedented academic achievement where parents finally had School Choice.

This first Perfect Storm video focuses on the illegal takeover and the academic failure of The Recover School District. The film features interviews with leaders in the New Orleans education community who were faced with the daunting task of reopening schools immediately following Hurricane Katrina.

Credits

Directed by
Phoebe Ferguson
Dr. Raynard Sanders

Produced by
Phoebe Ferguson
Dr. Raynard Sanders

Cinematography by 
Phoebe Ferguson 
Tobias Arturi
Lily Keber

Editor 
Tobias Arturi

Graphic Designers
Noël Anderson 
Tobias Arturi

Production Assistants
Kelsey Noble
Kendrick Royal

Transcripts 
Elizabeth Jeffers

Interviews
In order of appearance
Louella Givens
Rev. Torin Sanders 
Dr. Barbara Ferguson 
Karran Harper Royal

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