With Google's release of YouTube for Schools, teachers and administrators are finding it easier to safely integrate valuable educational videos into the classroom without the risk of exposing students to racy images or offensive comments. However, many have found that it is not a silver bullet.

Although YouTube for Schools does solve some of the concerns around user-generated videos, issues still plague the solution. For instance, users have reported:

- A lack of integration with existing web filters
- Improper blocking of links to non-educational featured videos
- Educational videos missing or truncated within approved playlists
- Advertisements intermittently made visible within school playlists

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