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Because the alternative, where nobody teaches teenagers anything but abstinence, is even worse than having to avoid eye contact with that kid sitting next to you who's kind of cute — but hell if you're going to let on now while there's a diagram of a penis on the slide projector.

Still, no matter how bad sex ed was, it could have been worse — you could have been born 60 years earlier.

In May 1997, Phoenix Learning Group took over the distribution rights to the Coronet catalog.

Beginning with Shy Guy (1947), featuring an early appearance of a 19-year-old Dick York of Bewitched fame, the company gained considerable renewed attention for a cluster of “personal guidance” films aimed at instructing school students on how to make the best decisions. , Everyday Courtesy and What To Do On A Date, along with a Korean War-period series Are You Ready For The Service?

After Hal Kopel replaced Jack Abraham as general manager (around 1972), the look and style of the films received a much-needed "facelift" and film credits belatedly included directors and the creative personnel.

(Most released previously listed only educational consultants.) This was in response to ongoing criticism that the Coronet films were too "stodgy and unimaginative".

Most were made prior to David Smart’s passing in 1952, but a few more were added as late as the 1970s, such as Beginning Responsibility: A Lunchroom Goes Bananas.

Coronet’s output had surpassed in quantity (if not always in quality) that of the classroom film industry’s leader, Encyclopædia Britannica Films (initially ERPI Classroom Films), with an eleven-minute or longer film completed practically every week.Ted Peshak was a key director, although screen credit were often reserved for psychology consultants only.Many were filmed in color, but usually exist today in black and white since educators generally economized with the cheaper format available.but the first titles registered for copyright date from 1941 (beginning with Aptitudes and Occupations).

Over time, a studio was set up in Glenview, Illinois. One hallmark was that many titles were shot in color Kodachrome a few years ahead of competing classroom film companies.Ever wonder how social life was like for your mother, father, grandmother or grandfather?