- “Rising Pheonix” creators have launched an educational program revolving around disability
- The project is backed by Prince Harry, who believes the program has a lot of lessons to teach
- “Rising Phoenix” currently holds a score of 90% on Rotten Tomatoes
The creators of Netflix’s documentary “Rising Phoenix” have launched an education guide to make students aware that the Paralympics is one of the ways to raise visibility for people with disabilities.
“Rising Pheonix,” which tells the story of inspiring para-athletes who defied the odds to become some of the most successful athletes of all time, introduced the program for teachers to dig deeper into the subject matter in their classrooms.
The educational program is backed by Prince Harry, who founded the Invictus Games for wounded members of the military and veterans. Speaking about the program, the Duke of Sussex said he is “really excited” about the new education