Starting in February 2016, School's Out will air on Public Television stations across the United States as part of the "Natural Heroes'" series, Season 7. Click here for airing times with local stations: Where to Watch.
Confirmed TV screening times of School's Out in the Natural Heroes series:
- WCMUDT, WCMZDT, WCMVDT2, WCMWDT2 and WCMLDT:
Thurs. Feb. 25, 2:30am ET, and Sun. Feb. 28, 12:30am ET, Flint-Saginaw and Traverse City and Alpena, MI.
- KVIEDT2, Sat. Feb. 27, 5:30pm PT, Sacramento, CA.
- KOCEDT2, Sun. Feb. 21, 9:30pm PT, Los Angeles.
- KPBT HDTV, KPBT and KPBTDT2, Sat. Feb. 20, 4pm CT, Odessa-Midland, TX.
- KCOS HDTV and KCOS-X, Sat. Feb. 20, 11:30pm MT, El Paso, TX. - WIPBDT, Sun. Feb. 7, 5am ET, Indiana.
- KVCRDT, Wed. Feb. 3, 10pm PT, California.
- KRCBDT, Mon. Feb. 1, 7:30Ppm PT, California.
"Every parent and teacher should see this film."
Dr. Marcy Guddemi, Executive Director of the Gesell Institute of Child Development, CT
School Library Journal
"a powerful and beautifully crafted documentary that illuminates who children are, what's important
to them, and what should be important to us as educators."
Salvatore Vascellaro, Graduate Faculty, Bank Street College of Education
"This film has touched me profoundly."
Barbara Stern, Early Childhood Education Consultant
children and I were riveted, amused, and entertained."
Gracewood, author, editor and book reviewer, New Zealand
"School's Out inspired me to found a forest kindergarten in my public elementary school."
Eliza Hutchinson, kindergarten teacher, VT
"One of the most powerful, paradigm shifting movies for me at this year's festival was School's Out. It dramatically changed what I thought about early childhood education. School's Out has certainly influenced how I will raise my children."
Lisa Tessarowicz, Board President, Rocky Mountain Women's Film Festival
" ... the movie is a provocative
jumping-off point for discussion precisely because the schooling it
documents seems inconceivable to American parents and educators."
Emily Bazelon, Slate Magazine
"... a really uplifting and inspiring film which challenges
us as a society to look at out early education system and to find a way
to facilitate this sort of experience for more of our children."
Richard Irvine, Outdoor Learning blog