Khan Academy in the Economist: The Future of E-ducation

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In a story called “E-ducation: A long overdue technological revolution is at last under way,” the Economist reports on the future of learning online, mentioning Khan Academy. Four years after

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Salman Khan gave up his job at a hedge fund to focus on making maths videos, the Khan Academy has 6m registered users, who solve (or try to solve) 3m problems a day, and it has broadened its curriculum far beyond maths. It is spreading beyond America, too. Carlos Slim, one of the world’s richest men, is said to be paying for a version of Khan Academy’s curriculum to be developed for schoolchildren in his native Mexico.

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