The Long View chronicles the efforts of Oakland's students, educators, organizers, parents, and community members to create lasting solutions to systemic inequities in the city's public school system. The film unfolds over the course of a three-year community effort to advance an agenda for change rooted in racial justice and a commitment to school and district transformation. Anyone interested in education reform and grassroots organizing will find in The Long View a story both familiar and thought provoking. The experiences of Oakland's public schools speak to conditions across the country, as school districts grapple with deep inequities across race and class. Viewers will connect with the community-focused approaches that have built a coalition for positive and lasting change in Oakland. In a society as complicated and fractured as the United States is today, The Long View documents one community's efforts to create a shared vision for student and school success.

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