Thanks - had a 30 minute Google + Hangout chat with Khan Academy's Partnership person about a month ago, and we're staying in touch.
WUaS is accrediting to offer free (since C.C. - Creative Commons' licensed), online, MIT OCW-centric (http://ocw.mit.edu/courses/audio-video-courses/), university degrees and with plans for many, many languages and countries. In addition, WUaS is wiki with plans for online schools in all 7,105 languages and 242 countries, whereas Wikipedia, which we all wrote, is in 285 languages, and they've just designed and deployed the new, amazing, C.C., interlingual, Wikidata database.
You'll find all the free, online universities and related schools here at WUaS's Course listings' aggregates on the main Courses' wiki page -
Khan Academy isn't planning to offer free degrees whatsoever, let alone bachelor, Ph.D., law and M.D. degrees as well as I.B. diplomas. And it's WUaS's plans for degrees that distinguishes us, for example, from Khan Academy, edX (umbrella for MITx and HarvardX and WellesleyX, etc.), and Stanford Coursera (also an umbrella of many universities' courseware).
Let me know other good ideas that come to you, or if I can answer any other questions.
I'm an anthropologist who also finds fascinating the internet, ideas, poetry, sociology, art, science, philosophy, history, music, love and life ~ as well as the anthropology of information technology & counterculture :) -