YouTube is launching a new program that will provide users with educational playlists -- the initiative is titled Learning Playlists, and it will cover topics such as math, science, music, and languages. Users will be able to access features that are designed to enhance learning. Firstly chapters will provide structure to vides services, which are organized from easiest to more challenging content. The videos will not use the recommended video algorithm, allowing users to focus on content better.
The educational playlists are the latest initiative by YouTube to enhance education on the platform. In October of 2018, the company invested $20 million towards educational initiatives. YouTube also says it will partner with established channels like Khan Acadamy and TED-Ed to create content.
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