The 1990’s brought a variety of other projects to a variety of ages and places. “Lifelong Learning”, which was headed by Norma Fisher, brought “movies” to nursing homes. At the same time, New Life Ministries, headed by Michael Reed, brought educational opportunities to prisoners in Midwest Prisons. Jennifer Horner founded the Southwest Iowa Latino Resource Center in the building in Red Oak, Iowa, when Experience Education moved to Omaha NE to continue its work there. She, with the assistance of Iowa State University, developed a series of DVDs entitled “Exito En El Norte” which is still available. After the move to Omaha, NE , Steve Horner, who graduated from North Park University in Chicago, undertook the development of a media production studio in a rented facility where they began the development of a series of video materials for parents to assist them to prevent alcohol and drug problems that that were causing major problems in our society. Families For Prevention, with the financial support of the Woodmen of the World Life Insurance Company in Omaha, NE, recruited noted actor and television personality, Mr. Ben Vereen, and Latino Activist, Luis Valdez, along with other well-known voices of prevention education in the USA, to provide parents “in-home” tools to deal with this issue. They also joined with internationally-known Boys Town in Omaha, NE, to co-produce “Common Sense Parenting” in the Spanish language with Luis Valdez narrating the series. Finally, through a grant awarded to Experience Education through the University of Nebraska/Omaha, another audio-based program known as “Sound Foundations” was headed up by Ms. Beth Gausman to provide practical “in-home” assistance to parents of infants up to children five years of age. The Families For Prevention video series was chosen by the United States National Guard Bureau to become a part of the "Youth ChalleNGe" curriculum for at risk high school dropouts who were drug-free and with no criminal record as part of their "life coping skills" of parenting preparation. Training days with NGYC staff were conducted throughout the United States by Mr. Horner to implement this innovative parenting program. All of these programs (now known as “Family For Life” are still relevant and available to parents who seek assistance in the difficult task of raising their children. Steve set the path for ExEd to become a highly regarded media development organization, and, for the last twenty years, he has worked as an independent composer in California. In 2019, he was the composer for the Oscar nominated short film “One Small Step”. Steve currently serves on ExEd’s Board of Directors.