After getting kicked out of his band and threatened with eviction, wannabe rockstar Dewey Finn (Jack Black) fakes his way into a sub job at a private school.
Dewey taps into his fifth-graders’ talents for his rock n’ roll comeback.
You’re sure to recognize some painfully familiar classroom encounters.
Laura Kipnis, a professor in Northwestern's School of Communication, criticized her school's policy in a controversial essay in the Chronicle of Higher Education, arguing that the ban assumes that professors are predators, and also that these policies infantilize students.
Teachers taps into the realities of teaching with over-the-top satire, including disappearing desks, a brawl over the copy machine and a star substitute who is actually an escaped mental patient.
Nick Nolte stars as the slacker hero who brings heart to this spoof.
In the style of Christopher Guest, this mockumentary provides a dry, yet poignant portrait of teaching.
The film follows a handful of teachers at fictional Harrison High, comically showing the struggles they face without making teachers the butt of the joke.