Great for High School Students
June 10, 2022

Great for High School Students

william Lewis | TrustRadius Reviewer
Score 10 out of 10
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Overall Satisfaction with Khan Academy

I use Khan Academy in a very diverse set of ways. I take classes to beef up my knowledge of math and economic principals to solve real world problems in supply and demand. I use Khan academy to make me more effective in my use of computer software such as excel for data modeling in my organization and to make myself more marketable in the jobs market.
  • Detailed training videos
  • Great practice questions
  • Detailed analysis of problems and answers
  • I would like to see the lessons beefed up and made longer
  • Tie in more real world examples from industries
  • Add more work related functions and certifications
  • Free of charge
  • diverse set of learning oppourtunities
  • Great instructors
  • Postive return on investment
  • trained me on excel to be more efficient
  • helped me to solve problems in the real world.
Khan is better to take shorter learning modules. Coursera is a considerable investment as it is whole college courses. Khan is great to learn certain concepts and refresh learnings or trouble shoot problems. Khan is better for high school students to use to reinforce and practice for AP classes and SAT prep.

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Khan academy is well suited as a homeschooling aid for students. Khan Academy serves as a cost effective solution for parents to help their children learn concepts taught in school and to reinforce learning they might be struggling with. Because Khan academy is free for users it is great at democratizing education. I would suggest diving into certifications for the workforce..excel, economics, supply chain, as well as offering real life high school classes such as AP classes. This could be a great way to expand the offerings and bring real value to users of Khan.