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Petitioning Panel of Education Policy and 15 others

Give teachers access to YouTube in the classroom.

YouTube is a useful and valuable tool that remains untapped in NYC classrooms. With access, teachers would be able to pull dynamic and engaging videos into their lessons. Furthermore, as the number of special needs children rise in our schools, so does the need for more diverse entry points to content. Simply put, YouTube would make teachers more effective.

This petition was delivered to:
  • Panel of Education Policy
  • Freida Foster
  • Eduardo Marti
  • Diane Peruggia
  • Gbubemi Okotieruro
  • Tino Hernandez
  • Jeff Kay
  • Gitte Peng
  • Wilfredo Pagan
  • Linda Lausell Bryant
  • Judy Bergtraum
  • Chancellor of Education
    Dennis M. Walcott
  • Patrick Sullivan
  • Dmytro Fedkowskyj
  • UFT President
    Michael Mulgrew
  • Lisette Nieves

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