Walk Right In- Larry Paros

November 14, 2013

“Walk Right In,” a film that tells the story of the Yale Summer high school – during a time of great national upheaval in which a small group of educators redefined the enterprise. Drawing on the great books of Western literature, they tackled sensitive issues of race, tolerance, and personal identity, as they searched for a common purpose which at that time eluded the nation. Through first hand accounts and following students from their moment of selection to the culmination of the program to where they are today, this film is a compelling reminder of the importance of inclusive and effective education and its impact across the generations.