Khan Academy Launches Blended Learning 101

4/27/2014 12:00:00 AM

The Clayton Christensen Institute for Disruptive Innovation and the Silicon Schools Fund are partnering with the Khan Academy to offer free online content on “High-Quality Blended Learning."

Through the lens of three high-performing schools, the content explores how to support students and teachers in the transition from traditional learning to blended learning.

Brian Greenberg of the Silicon Schools Fund and Michael Horn of the Clayton Christensen Institute lead the blended learning discussions, touring real classrooms using blended learning and providing insights on the operational challenges and potential solutions. The content is available now at

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