What you need to know
- Apple TV+ has announced a partnership with education changemakers.
- Changemakers are helping Apple TV+ create content that informs and entertains.
Apple TV+ has announced a partnership with what it calls "educational changemakers" to help create content that's aimed at helping kids learn.
The announcement says Apple TV+ hopes to bring "world renowned education leaders together with the world's most creative storytellers to create inspiring and enriching original series for kids."
"As we continue to expand our slate and partner with today's world class storytellers, we are so inspired by our collaboration with an exceptional group of changemakers who are passionate about giving kids the tools they need to leave the world a better place than they found it," said Tara Sorensen, Apple's head of kids programming, via a statement.
The partnership is already having results, too.
Pretzel and the Puppies isn't the only Apple TV+ show to have benefited from the partnership with Stillwater already proving popular with kids while helping teach them how to be more mindful.
Apple TV+ also shared a list of some of the people it is working with including an associate professor in the School of Education and Social Policy at Northwestern University, a writing clinician and integrative health coach, and many more.
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