The 75-minute "Director's Cut", as well as the 56 minute "Public TV Cut" of the documentary film Who Cares About Kelsey? features:
- Closed captioning
- Audio description
- Bleeped or Unbleeped versions
- Long and short film trailers
- One additional mini-film: Education Revolution at Somersworth High School
Note: This version of the film is not licensed for use in any educational, instructional, or institutional use.
Kelsey Carroll has one goal- to graduate from high school- and plenty of reasons why she shouldn't. She attends a school that had one of the highest dropout rates in New Hampshire and has dealt with homelessness, abuse, self-mutilation, and ADHD.
During Kelsey's sophomore year, new school leadership implemented Positive Behavioral Interventions and Supports (PBIS) and a youth-directed planning process called RENEW to improve the school's culture and reduce the dropout rate.
Who Cares About Kelsey? is the story of Kelsey's transformation from a defiant and disruptive "problem student" to a motivated and self-confident young woman. Along the way, critical figures in her life play important roles in an education revolution that's about empowering- not overpowering- students with emotional/behavioral disabilities.
Additional Mini Film:
EDUCATION REVOLUTION AT SHS:
A closer look at the transformation of Somersworth High School, site of Who Cares About Kelsey?, through PBIS.
Directed and filmed by Dan Habib (creator of Including Samuel)
Edited by Rose Rosenblatt and Diego Siragna
Original Music by Rick Baitz with additional music from The Kills and Jones Street Station
Produced by Dan Habib in collaboration with the Institute on Disability at the University of New Hampshire
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