YouTube is investing $20 million in spreading knowledge through its Learning initiative.
The video hosting site will put part of that money into the new Learning Fund, which supports education-focused video creators and expert groups, YouTube CEO Susan Wojcicki said Monday in a blog post.
Channels like TED-Ed and Hank and John Green's Crash Course have already secured investment. Those who want to participate in the initiative can fill out an online form.
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