“The support of our donors, like AT&T, helps us bring education to even more students, in more ways,” said Khan Academy Product Manager Matt Wahl. “After working with many learners to understand and hone our user experience, we're excited about the role this new app can play in learning for students no matter where they live.”
The majority of the contribution supports the non-profit leader’s enhanced mobile platform that includes this new, personal and interactive app. This free online library of learning resources brings interactive, personalized learning to students via problem questions, handwriting recognition and more. Students can learn using videos, interactive exercises and articles on subjects from algebra to prehistoric art to chemistry.
“Khan Academy’s new app delivers a world-class education to students, whether they are at home, in the classroom or on the go,” said Charlene Lake, Senior Vice President, Public Affairs and Chief Sustainability Officer, AT&T. “Empowering students to succeed using technology, no matter who they are or where they live, is why AT&T Aspire supports tools and solutions that mobilize learning.”