Apr 25, 2020 · Directed by Cory Finley. With Hugh Jackman, Ray Romano, Welker White, Allison Janney. The beloved superintendent of New York's Roslyn school district and his staff, friends and relatives become the prime suspects in the unfolding of the single largest public school embezzlement scandal in American history.
- Cory Finley
Bad Education is a 2019 American drama film directed by Cory Finley and written by Mike Makowsky. It is based on the true story of the largest public school embezzlement in American history .  It features an ensemble cast including Hugh Jackman , Allison Janney , Geraldine Viswanathan , Alex Wolff , Rafael Casal , Stephen Spinella , Annaleigh Ashford and Ray Romano .
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Inspired by true events, Bad Education stars Academy Award nominee Hugh Jackman and Academy Award winner Allison Janney. The story follows Frank Tassone (Jackman) and Pam Gluckin (Janney) who reign over a popular Long Island school district on the verge of the nation’s top spot, spurring record college admissions and soaring property values.
Anchored by an outstanding Hugh Jackman, Bad Education finds absurd laughs -- and a worthy message -- in the aftermath of a real-life scandal.
- Cory Finley
- comedy, drama
- HBO Films
Apr 30, 2020 · Bad Education is based on a New York magazine story by reporter Robert Kolker, and for the most part the film is relatively faithful to its source material. Yet there are a few key deviations, with...
Bad Education, the new HBO drama from director Cory Finley and screenwriter Mike Makowsky, tells the true story of a scandal that erupted in 2002 at a premier high school on Long Island, where...
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Bad Education A Philadelphia elementary school forces fifth-graders to celebrate “black communism” and host a Black Power rally to “free Angela Davis.” February 11, 2021