Khan Academy provides free online lessons and practice in math, sciences and humanities, as well as remote learning resources and free tools to track student progress for teachers and parents. Our educational content is available in 40+ languages, and aligned to the national curricula for over 10 countries.

Khan Academy

Mountain View, California, United States of America
Non-profit organization
Established : 2008
Education and COVID-19 Response

Support the equitable continuation of learning
During the COVID-19 pandemic
Ensure a full and fair return to education
Following the pandemic
Strengthen learning systems
For the future
Supporting and empowering educators

By bringing Khan Academy into the classroom, teachers increase learning outcomes for their students. We provide reports on student progress so teachers can identify misunderstandings and gaps, and provide personalized instruction focused on areas where students are struggling. This enables teachers to have more time to do what they do best — connecting with and inspiring their students.

Last year, over 200 thousand teachers around the world used Khan Academy. In addition to providing tools and educational content, we support teachers with training resources (, webinars (, and a community of educators ( to allow them to share best practices with each other and our team. By aligning to national curricula, we make it easy for teachers to find the content they need.

With Khan Academy, educators can more easily facilitate rich, interactive learning experiences for their students to do what every teacher wants — help all of their students succeed.

Regional Focus


Countries of Interest

United States of America, India, Brazil, Peru

Member Video

Khan Academy’s mission is to provide a free, world-class education to anyone, anywhere.

We provide free online lessons and practice in math, sciences, humanities and more, covering kindergarten through early college. We offer exercises, quizzes, and challenges with immediate feedback and encouragement, so students can practice and master skills, and instructional videos to help students learn or review material.

Students without computers can access the Khan Academy website or apps on mobile devices.

Our educational content is available in 40+ languages, and aligned to national curricula for over 10 countries.

For teachers and parents, we offer free tools to assign lessons and track student progress, as well as training resources, including those specifically focused on remote learning:

-Overall school closure resources in English(, Spanish(, Portuguese( and other languages(

-"Remote Learning 101" webinars for teachers( and parents(

-Responding to parent and teacher feedback, we created daily schedules( and weekly math learning plans(

-Our English early literacy app for ages 2-7, Khan Academy Kids(, also created videos with helpful tips for parents(

Khan Academy works closely with school districts and Ministries of Education in the US, India, Brazil, and Peru. Also our network of language advocates( works with schools and government entities in many other countries.

Action areas

Learner Wellbeing

Learning opportunities

Digital Learning Content

Digitize curriculum
Establish and expand repositories of learning resources
Develop or provide free and contextually appropriate learning content
Build or strengthen learning platforms
Create or enable access to teacher training resources

Capacity Development

Capacity development to support and provide training to teaching staff

Advocacy and Communication

Back-to-school campaigns

Primary Contact

Ms. Anna Berns

International Content Program Manager

Senior Contact

Ms. Catherine Wang

VP Marketing and Strategic Partnerships