The singer with co-produce the film with his business partner Scooter Braun along with Adam MCKay, Sharon Chang, Alex Soros and John Powers Middleton.
"I knew Usher was very passionate about the issue of education, so I felt this was a great project to bring him into. His expertise will be invaluable as we continue this film and movement," Billboard magazine quoted Braun as saying.
A social media campaign, which will allow students to speak in video form about issues they face in school, will also be launched to coincide with the documentary.
The film, directed and written by Jason Pollock, is due to release in 2014.
--IANS (Posted on 19-10-2013)