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How the Covid-19 pandemic enabled YouTubers to become teachers

Typically, this time of year is slow for the “Amoeba Sisters”.

The YouTube channel makes animated, intricate videos about biology for over half a million subscribers, and its audience usually fluctuates with the school year.

But there was no spring break this year. Millions of school-age children are stuck at home, which has turned YouTubers into desperately needed entertainers, babysitters and — as parents scramble for homeschooling content — de facto educators.

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