Netflix Puts 10 Educational Documentaries on YouTube for Free

Netflix has released 10 of its educational documentaries on YouTube to give teachers free content to screen for their virtual classrooms.The company’s free documentaries include the David Attenborough-narrated “Our Planet,” which explores the various wonders of the natural world, and Ava DuVeray’s “13th,” which examines the 13th Amendment, mass criminalization, and the American prison industry.

Netflix is also making educational resources, including study guides and Q&As, available for each documentary.More from IndieWireStream of the Day: Yorgos Lanthimos’ Puzzle-Box Debut ‘Kinetta’ Wrestles with Power and Control’Never Have I Ever’ Review: Newcomer Maitreyi Ramakrishnan Dazzles in Mindy Kaling’s Coming-of-Age ComedyThe other free Netflix documentaries include “Abstract: The Art of Design,” which features visionary designers in the arts and sciences, “Babies,” which focuses on newborns, “Chasing Coral,” about a group that documents coral reefs, and “Explained,” which explores various topics of cultural relevance.“Knock Down the House” centers on the 2018 U.

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