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  • Tracy James

    YouTube Educational Channels

  • Kimberly Hays

    YouTube For Schools Strips Away Kitten and Fail Videos So Students Can Actually Learn Online

  • Amber Freeman

    need to check this out....YouTube has launched Educational Channels for use in Schools -Finally!

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    YouTube For schools educational videos

  • Brenda Tirrell

    YouTube has launched Educational Channels for use in Schools. #education #youtube #edtech

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