What is the goal for ELAN in bringing MLTS to our community?
As part of our efforts to achieve our mission and vision, we are bringing the documentary, Most Likely to Succeed, to community members throughout Hamilton County. We are doing so to bring awareness to big questions about what quality education is in 2018, and to engage stakeholders in a shared experience that will promote dialogue and discussion about what we want our schools to be for our children, families, community members, and stakeholders.
As a host of MLTS, what can you expect?
ELAN will provide registration and marketing. We appreciate the sharing of all marketing materials with your intended audience. The film runs approximately 1.5 hours. An ELAN team member will be there to introduce our organization and share our mission, the hosting organization will introduce the film. Following the viewing of the film Dr. Susan Drumm (a volunteer ELAN partner) will facilitate a question and answer session with a guest panel (panel members are collaboratively selected and a panel is provided on request only). ELAN will provide registration and ticketing for events (our use and copyright agreement with the film’s producers expects that our organization report numbers of showings and participants - rest assured that your private contact information will not be shared), registration will take place on the ELAN website and be free of charge. Each registrant for the viewing will be sent a follow up survey by ELAN and all data resulting from that showing will be shared with the host. In addition, we will provide access to a curated list of resources on next steps, resources, and support materials. In essence we expect the host role to be as active or as passive as you would like. We will make decisions collaboratively in time sensitive ways that do not strain our resources or yours.
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