School Resources

The Miss Representation curriculum helps students from kindergarten through university develop media literacy and critically examine representations of gender. To date, we have distributed more than 5,000 copies worldwide.


The Miss Representation Curriculum features film content and lessons tailored for K-2nd, 3-5th, 6-8th, high school, and university audiences. Additionally, secondary and post-secondary educators can incorporate the entire documentary into courses such as English, health, political science, sociology, communications, or gender studies.

Released in November 2014, the updated and enhanced Miss Representation Curriculum includes:

  • Expanded content for K-5 grade levels, including new video. Watch a sneak peek below
  • Increased focus on hands-on learning and students making their own media
  • Enhanced integration with social media


Imagine using videos like this one to inspire media literacy and learning! Our curriculum has everything you need to get started. We’ve paired each short video with easy to implement lessons. Our lessons are perfect for both in-school and out-of-school settings. Learn more by downloading our overview or order today!


Thank you for all of your hard work and dedication to helping young people reach their full potential. We are extremely grateful to you and are excited to work alongside you to help create learning experiences where young people’s voices are empowered to create a healthier culture and world.

We are excited to receive your feedback to learn how the curriculum impacted your students. Please complete the brief online educator survey below so that we can learn from your experiences with Miss Representation. Your survey responses will help us improve the curriculum and learn how you are supplementing the materials with your own.


We surveyed middle and high school educators who are using the Miss Representation Curriculum and nearly 100% of them found that the curriculum grew students’ media literacy. Students learned how stereotypes, sexism, and the lack of diversity in media affect self-perceptions and cultural norms. Here’s what they had to say:

I taught all of the modules. Loved the content. Perfect for 8th graders.
Middle School Teacher

We are very excited to work on and implement this curriculum as a pilot in our district!
District Administrator

I absolutely loved the content. My students were engaged and enlightened. Well done! I’m very excited about the impact of your message. Let’s change the world through our next generation. One of my students referenced the film in her graduation speech. I was so proud!
Eighth Grade English Teacher


Please note that a license is needed to show the film anywhere outside of a private home. We have a couple of different licensing options for schools and nonprofits that provide screening rights in perpetuity on the campus for which they were purchased. For more information about licensing, please see our Educational License page.