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  1. Help Us Improve Our Community Classroom Materials for Educators

    June 1, 2012

    Community Classroom is an innovative and free resource for educators, offering short-form film modules adapted from ITVS's award-winning documentaries and standards-based lesson plans for high school and community colleges, NGOs, and youth organizations. Do you work with young people? Have you used our FREE resources for educators? Community

  2. KQED Tackles Dropout Crisis with Town Hall Meeting

    March 26, 2012

    ITVS's Community Classroom, along with over 150 Bay Area educators, gathered at Laney College for KQED's town hall meeting about the dropout crisis.Here are some startling facts:Every year, roughly 1.3 million students in the U.S. drop out of high school. That's 7,000 students each day.More than 20 percent of California high school students drop out of

  3. The Black Power Mixtape Inspires Students in NYC

    March 15, 2012

    The Education Department at the Tibeca Film Institute will screen the documentary before more than 200 high school students at the Tribeca Cinemas on March 21 at 11am ET. This spring, the Education Department at Tribeca Film Institute is rethinking the way they share film with the community. In partnership with ITVS Community Classroom, and in

  4. The Year of the Girl Begins: Girl Scouts of the USA 52nd National Convention

    November 17, 2011

    The Girl Scouts of the USA is a major partner for the Women and Girls Lead campaign and last week, they invited ITVS to be a part of their National Convention in Houston, TX. Celebrating the launch of their 100th anniversary activities, the Girl Scouts announced that 2012 will be The Year of the Girl! Women and Girls Lead presented two campaign films: Strong!

  5. Live Chat on Fostering Digital Citizenship

    November 7, 2011

    The National Association for Media Literacy Education and ITVS's Community Classroom invite you to celebrate Media Literacy week in a live chat with educators from across the U.S. and Canada. The discussion begins at 4pm PT / 7pm ET on Monday. If you're not available during that time, you can always replay the event in the archives below.