ON-Lion Letter

In January, the Khan Academy made a new and improved iPad app available for free.  While the Khan Academy has had an app out for a few years that let users view our educational videos, the new app features about 150,000 exercise problems, hand-writing recognition capability, and a more-interactive, personalized learning experience for its users.

It contains thousands of videos on:  science topics, such as biology, chemistry, and physics; the humanities, with tutorials on art history and civics; and finance, too.  Its expansive design makes it more efficient for students to access content at the right level and puts them a few touches away from the Khan Academy's full library of videos and articles.

With more and more of the world using tablets, the app represents a crucial step in the Khan Academy's mission of offering a free, world-class education for anyone, anywhere.  It is downloadable here.

The Lynde and Harry Bradley Foundation in Milwaukee supports the Khan Academy.

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