Films + Speaking + Books

Stacie McClam

Inspiring rage to change
School dismissed

My films inspire rage for systemic change in education!

Education inequality has been ignored for far too long. The COVID-19 pandemic has brought the issue to the surface and forced people to look at the subtle and not so subtle inequalities in the public education system.  District administrators, principals, and the public are now realizing that many urban schools lack resources. 

Since there is a digital divide, many districts scrambled to get students the technological devices that they needed for virtual learning.  They forgot that even with devices, some students are still unable to access the programs on the devices.  

Students who previously lacked resources prior to COVID-19, will still lack resources during the pandemic.  Now that many schools have reopened for in-person learning or have a hybrid model, we will see how or if things change.


Currently in production for a documentary, Robbed: A Mother’s Peril – The Kelley Williams-Bolar Story.  Sign up for our film newsletter at


Need an educational speaker for an upcoming event?  Stacie engages teachers, administrators, and parents for a memorable conversation that sparks change.


Check out Stacie’s books.  Learn why she left the teaching profession.  Discover her journey from teacher to filmmaker.

School dismissed

Exposing the realities that occur inside our schools