What We’re Watching: Sal Khan on Blended Learning

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By 02/12/2014

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Sal Khan, the founder of the Khan Academy, recently delivered the keynote address at the Hoover Institution’s Symposium on Blended Learning in K-12 Education.

In the speech, Khan documents his journey from hedge fund analyst and part-time tutor to the creator of an Internet giant, and he lays out his vision for “education reimagined.”

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  • Anne Clark says:

    Glad to see Sal Khan and Khan Academy are embracing the Common Core. It will also be great to get more information on schools across the US that are using the Common Core to really drive performance so their work (curricula, lesson plans, assessments) can be used as exemplars for those who are whining right now (see NY state).

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