About three years ago, Nasiyah Isra-Ul started creating a home-school curriculum for her younger brother, who was struggling with book-based learning.
Isra-Ul, 18, worked to take all of the book-based materials her brother, Yashad, needed to learn for the seventh grade and converted them into interactive videos. For a textbook chapter about the U.S. Constitution, for example, Isra-Ul created an animated video with a voiceover to teach her brother.
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