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Khan Academy Adds Preschool Education

Khan Academy announces today the addition of preschool learning to its digital education offerings.
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Khan Academy announces today the addition of preschool learning to its digital education offerings.

Twenty one mobile apps for children ages two and up, produced by app maker Duck Duck Moose, are now available for free, like all products from non-profit Khan Academy.

Khan Academy’s entry into the preschool learning space is made possible by Duck Duck Moose, whose nine-person team is joining Khan Academy. Duck Duck Moose is donating its 21 early learning apps. To download Duck Duck Moose apps, visit the App Store or Google Play Store.

Khan Academy and Duck Duck Moose are accepting donations to make a free education available for anyone, anywhere.

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