Spy Hop on TV is the newest addition to the Youth Documentary Arts Program. Spy Hop was able to partner with KUED to offer a special project, Spy Hop on TV, to eight, advanced documentary film students. KUED asked students the question “what does freedom (Civil Right…
Demonstrating the power of technology to engage middle- and high school-age youth, Adobe Youth Voices provides breakthrough learning experiences using video, multimedia, digital art, web, animation, and audio tools that enable youth to explore and comment on their world.
This powerful PSA on the issue of immigration is addressed, specifically the Dream Act, which is a bill in Congress that would give undocumented students a path to becoming citizens. The video features student who in compelling short quick statements explain and ask for s…
The video explains the current situation of the U.S. government having prisons as the main priority over education. It also explains the possible outcomes if the priority of the government doesn’t change.
This project focuses on how education has become less of a priority. It is meant for mainly teenagers and young adults. It is a documentary that's message is to push towards success to give yourself a chance.
Redwood City Adobe Youth Voices Peapod Academy
The song is about what can families, schools, and communities do to help the youths be more successful in school. 2020 Vision was created to support President Obama's initiative of having the most college graduates by the year 2020
Seattle - Department of Education Youth Listening Tour
Youth Media Institute
In just over 2 weeks, young people made a video in answer to the questions posed by the Department of Education Listening Tour. They interviewed each other, as well as visiting a local school and interviewing youth about their reasons for going to college and some of the d…