By Sophia Savage | Thompson on Hollywood August 26, 2010 at 7:44AM
SnagFilms announces SnagLearning, a platform of 125 documentary films that will serve as engaging education tools for students in nearly every middle and high school classroom. CEO Rick Allen calls it a "natural extension" of SnagFilms, which launched two years ago; "teachers have championed our slate of films, which students can stream for free as a means of supplementing their learning. As classrooms stretch their boundaries, SnagLearning will be there – at home or in school – to serve our ever growing community of teachers, students and parents.”
Films will be arranged by subject matter and grade level. Snag partnered with ePals (a secure learning environment that to connects with 600,000 classrooms worldwide) to developing learning questions for each film.
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