Here's a far-reaching "State of the Valley" talk by Sal Khan recently in Silicon Valley summing up Khan Academy, including about their fund-raising (e.g. $10,000 from Ann Doerr, then $100,000 from Ann Doerr, then $2 million from Google and the Gates' Foundation, then ...) and especially pedagogical methods, as well as the big-picture of Khan Academy in terms of the social justice of universal education and the developing world ... Check it out ... This was also on KQED SF 88.5 Thursday evening!
2014 State of the Valley - Salman Khan Keynote Speech
Will add this to WUaS, - and WUaS is looking forward to collaborating with Khan Academy, Google, The Gates Foundation and so many more philanthropic, entrepreneurial organizations.
Sal's teaching to his young cousin on the web with video is a good example of how YOU can teach on the web and at WUaS in any language.
Begin teaching to your web camera now here, and add what you teach here - http://worlduniversity.wikia.com/wiki/Subjects.
In what ways can WUaS help explore, study and test ways in which Khan Academy pedagogical approaches will work, and help with highest quality online education, in the developing world differentially in terms of culture and language, and from country to country ...
and especially vis-a-vis MIT OCW-centric High School, WUaS's free, online IB school first in United Nations' languages, and then possibly in large languages?