Khan Academy’s Salman Khan receives David Packard Award Salman Khan of Khan Academy who has revolutionized online education recently received the prestigious David Packard Award at the annual State of the Valley conference. The award is presented annually by Joint Venture to a person who brings an entrepreneurial, cross-boundary, problem-solving approach to our regionâ€™s challenges. The recipients embody the spirit of David Packard, Silicon Valleyâ€™s legendary pioneer who set the highest standard for civic engagement. The Khan Academy provides online math lessons for more than 10 million unique visitors in about 200 countries every month. 16-9 February 20, 2014 by TMO 0 comments 41 viewson *The Muslim Observer, 16-9, Arts & Culture, Education, Volume 16 Share this post Facebook Twitter Google plus Pinterest Linkedin Mail this article Print this article Next: Aleppo: Barrel Bombs Rain Previous: Where Are Sochi’s Muslims?