ELearning Competitive Landscape: Edgenuity and Khan Academy
Edgenuity provides a pricing model based on a per-student model ranging from $350-$1000 per student for each course. Khan Academy is a non-profit company that runs solely off of donations and does not follow a pricing model as they offer free courses. Below we have provided details of each company which can also be found in the attached spreadsheet.
- Course range from 40-60 hours per semester.
- Edgenuity charges $350-$1000 per student.
- The students only have access until the course end date, while the teachers and administrators have access until the designated date set by Edgenuity on a case by case basis.
- The company offers professional development packages. These allow schools to utilize Edgenuity teachers, create a blended learning environment, or incorporate Edgenuity into an already established learning environment. "Professional Development training starts at $2,500 per site per day."
- The company partners with WebbAlign Depth of Knowledge as well as SOPHIA Learning.
- While the company does not provide data on the length of hours estimated per course, each course is expected to take one semester.
- The courses are completely free as the company is completely run from donations.
- Access to each course is unlimited.
- Because the company runs off of donations, they offer free courses and they do not provide any pricing plans.
- The company partners with several companies that provide content for their courses, however, they do not have any partnerships with content distributors.
In order to determine the competitive landscape of Edgenuity and Khan Academy we conducted a thorough search of each companies website, press releases, and case studies. Through this search we found all the required information for each company. Through searching Khan Academy's website, we found that they partner with several companies to produce educational content, however, there is no record on their site, through publications, or case studies that provided any additional partnerships. Because the company provided a list of partners that did not include any curriculum distributors, nor is there any mention of additional partnerships through other sources, we concluded that the company does not have any of these partnerships.