The Institute and its programming arm, See Jane, work collaboratively with decision makers, content creators, and teaching institutions through our workshops, training sessions and research-backed content evaluation and recommendations. The Institute's community educational outreach aim to inspire and sensitize the next generation of content creators to focus on gender equality and reducing stereotyping in children's media.
Gender Equality Lessons for Schools
In partnership with USA TODAY Education, we proudly present a new series of lessons focused on gender, self-image and equality. This eight lesson curriculum introduces topics like media and bullying in the context of gender equality.
Guess Who? Video Learning Series
In partnership with ITVS and the Corporation for Public Broadcasting and their Women and Girls Lead campaign, we've created our "Guess Who?" children's educational program which is a series of videos and curriculum designed to teach young children to challenge gender stereotypes. These videos were created by student producers at Boston University, Columbia College, Lipscomb University, USC and Webster University. The video series aired nationally on PBS.