Educational Films

A, E, I, O & U

Chronicles the experience of three students and three literacy volunteers as they learn and grow through an adult reading program.

HANDGUNS: MADE FOR KILLING, NOT FOR KIDS

The tragic dangers of handguns and the emotional and legal consequences of handgun violence.

THE HENDERSON AVENUE BUG PATROL

A film about diverting children from their televisions to explore the fascinating world of nature just outside their front doors.

HEROIN KIDS: DYING FOR HELP

Tells the truth and consequences of heroin use in language kids understand.

INHALANT ABUSE: KIDS IN DANGER/ADULTS IN THE DARK

An overview of the inhalant abuse problem that identifies, educates and suggests community-based alternatives for prevention and intervention.

SEX: A TOPIC OF CONVERSATION WITH DR. SOL GORDON

Through lively question and answer sessions, America’s foremost sex and family educator shows parents, teachers and health professionals how to talk to young people in language they will understand.

SMACKERS: ELEMENTARY ENTREPRENEURS

Second graders demonstrate a practical lesson in basic economics.

SMOKELESS TOBACCO: A SPITTIN’ IMAGE

A video that addresses the dangers of smokeless tobacco.

THE TEEN YEARS: WAR OR PEACE?

Workable solutions to common conflicts between parents and teenagers ranging from chores and messy rooms to the more critical issues of sexuality and substance abuse.

UP IN SMOKE: THE EXTREME DANGER OF SMOKING TOBACCO

Through hard-hitting stories, teens get an unblinking look at how smoking damages their appearance and health.

A WASTED BREATH: KIDS ON INHALANTS

Educating youngsters about the dangers of inhalants with compelling stories told by their peers.

WE’RE NOT STUPID: LIVING WITH A LEARNING DIFFERENCE

A must see for students with learning differences, attention deficit disorder and dyslexia and educators wanting to make a difference in their lives.

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