Netflix Released Free Educational Documentaries On YouTube For Teachers and Students

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Pretty much every single state has now announced that schools will continue remotely for the remainder of the school year.

Even though states are discussing reopening for business, schools are mostly excluded from opening.

Thankfully, Netflix has made some of its documentaries available for free on their YouTube channel. This can help teachers and students out a lot!

Netflix has posted 10 documentaries to its YouTube channel.

These include Knock Down the House, Our Planet, 13th, Explained, Zion, The White Helmets, Abstract, Chasing Coral, Babies, End of Sentence, and Period.

We hope this will, in a small way, help teachers around the world.


Not only have they done this, but they also added educational resources online for teachers and students. They also plan to host question and answer sessions with the creators of the documentaries.

If you know a teacher, definitely let them know about this, it is pretty cool!

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