Nov 11, 2013 10:00 PMTV Network - Sundance Channel
The time has come, we believe, to sum up and then close the books. Tonight is the season finale of "Dream School," a series which attempts to educate those who "have been falling through the cracks." Executive produced by Curtis "50 Cent" Jackson and Jamie Oliver, amongst others, the show has taken students who haven't been doing well in school and attempted to ignite their imaginations by putting some of the brightest minds in front of them in a smaller, potentially more nourishing, environment. We are certainly rooting for the attempt to have worked.
Nov 05, 2014TV Network - Sundance Channel
We told you about this show back during its first season and now we've reached the end of the second. "Dream School" takes children who have been falling through the cracks and puts them in a school taught by those who have achieved the loftiest heights of their various professions. The goal is to offer positive role models who have succeeded in an attempt to show those having troubles what is possible. One wonders if they will eventually follow-up in five or 10 years to tell us what happened to the kids taught here.