Films

Rachel Descending
2013 | 18 min., color
Where’s the Bloody Money?
2012 | 15 min., color
SAT + ACT = Unfair and Biased?
2011 | 9 min., color
Kids Living with Slim
2010 | 50 min., color
Massacre at Murambi
2007 | 5 min., color
Living with Slim
2004 | 28 min., color
Gaffer’s Delight
2001 | 4 min., color
The Media and American Democracy
2000 | 30 min., color
South Africa: Building Democracy
1998 | 156 min., color
Lessons From the Ones We Love
1997 | 21 min., color
Gone Too Far? Kids Talk About TV
1996 | 30 min., color
Show Your Love
1995 | 20 min., color
Surviving the Family
1993 | 17 min., color
Fire: Countdown to Disaster
1985 | 16 min., color
Beginning Changes
1984 | 30 min., color
Water: Not Enough to Waste
1983 | 20 min., color
Voices of a Divided City
1982 | 60 min., color
Killing Time
1981 | 60 min., color
Busing: A Rough Ride in Southie
1977 | 30 min., color
Portrait Without a Frame
1976 | 8 min., black & white
The Last 30 Seconds
1976 | 1 min., color

SAT + ACT = Unfair and Biased?

Every year more than 2-million high school students put their future on the line when they sign up to take the SAT and ACT standardized tests.

While these tests claim to be fair and unbiased to all tests takers, no matter what their background or income level, my daughter Allie (17) and I sensed that there was something unfair about them and set out to prove it. We researched the crazy world of standardized tests and created a nine-minute film that exposes systematic flaws that will shock every high school student and outrage their parents or guardians. It is intended for distribution on the internet, so it can be found on our website as well as on YouTube and Vimeo.

SAT + ACT = Unfair and Biased?

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