ReUnion network starts with success
Only broadcast television offers the scale to deliver the culturally-responsive learning challenges which generations of scholars have known to get the best results.
With blocks of programming directed to age group during the school day, ReUnion allows educators and parents to schedule student time for effective standards-based instruction.
Typical ReUnion shows involve interactions between students and recognized experts in subject fields to jointly pursue learning challenges. This sample video shows high school students learning about the geology of salt in a chemistry lesson.
Documentaries like A Great Day in Gaming: From Queens to Silicon Valley: The Gerald A. Lawson Story, Freedom Riders of the Cutting Edge, Our Roots Run Deep: the Black Experience in California are designed as psycho-social interventions to address barriers to learning.
Experienced educators are available to provide professional development for schools which deploy this vitally important content.