Earlier, YouTube spent $ 20 million to support educational content creators.
YouTube video service has added the ability to compile educational playlists without reference videos on other topics. According to the developers, this will help users focus on learning and not be distracted.
On YouTube, users can find lessons in programming, math, music and other areas. New ranking technique allows you to divide the videos into chapters from simple to the most complex. The first selections from TED-Ed, Khan Academy and Crash Course are already distributed by the new system.
Last October, YouTube spent $ 20 million to support video bloggers, publications and other companies that are creating educational content.