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SchoolWax TV

This  media sharing site consists of only educator approved videos, organized by audience and grade level. It includes videos created by teachers, students, and educational organizations. Videos are organized by subject and grade range, covering the core subjects of language
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This media-sharing site consists of only educator-approved videos, organized by audience and grade level. It includes videos created by teachers, students, and educational organizations. Videos are organized by subject and grade range, covering the core subjects of language arts, math, science and social studies, as well as the fine arts, technology, and even career planning.

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