DVD by Suht Jhally featuring Riane Eisler!

Do politically expedient proposals for more testing prepare children for the challenges of the 21st century? What is the role of schools in a time when the mass media are children's most frequent teachers? In Tomorrow's Children, based on her groundbreaking book of the same name, Riane Eisler offers a practical blueprint for transforming how we educate our children-and ourselves.



. . . a clarion call for and guide to an historic transformation . . . that will inform and delight teachers, parents, and all those active in building a better life for Tomorrow’s Children.
~ Professor George Gerbner, Temple University

Through Partnership Education we can break the cycle of global violence that imperils the world. This new video will help us move toward a more equitable, sustainable and hopeful future. For everyone who cares about young people: from politicians and school officials to teachers, parents-and students themselves.

This richly illustrated video features an in-depth interview with Riane Eisler and includes partnership educator Sarah Pirtle and teachers and students from Nova High, a 30 year-old Seattle alternative public high school that has piloted partnership education.

Riane Eisler is an acclaimed author, educator, and lecturer. Her international bestseller, The Chalice and The Blade: Our History, Our Future, was hailed by anthropologist Ashley Montagu as “the most important book since Darwin’s Origin of Species” and by novelist Isabel Allende as “one of those magnificent key books that can transform us.” Dr. Eisler is president of the Center for Partnership Studies, taught at UCLA and Immaculate Heart College, and keynotes conferences worldwide.

Reviews & Accolades

I hope the vision [Eisler] has put forward here can be realized. With her, I believe that human happiness, if not survival itself, depends on it.
~ Professor Nel Noddings, Stanford University

. . . an important and powerful manifesto–a blueprint for how to take the first steps toward a saner and more humane educational system.
~ Michael Lerner, founder Tikkun magazine

. . . a practical approach to creating schools that teach partnership, respect, and global understanding.
~ Tim Seldin, President, Montessori Foundation

. . . filled with knowledge, experience and love.
~ Mary Pipher, author of Reviving Ophelia

Eisler’s plan to transform education is an education in itself…timely and needed for the whole-brain learning that each child deserves.
~ Raffi, singer, author of The Life of a Children’s Troubadour

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