We care deeply about the privacy of all our users. Especially when it comes to protecting our younger learners, we want to make sure that they, and their parents, can focus on learning without worrying about misuse of their information. Accordingly, Khan Academy goes beyond what is required of it by law to provide numerous extra precautions for our younger learners, including restricting accounts for learners under the age of 13 (“Restricted Users”) to automatically block them from being able to post or disclose personal information, enabling parental controls, and working with prominent industry groups who are focused on the protection of children online. See the chart below for some specifics about how Restricted Users receive extra protection:
- Khan Academy privacy principles
- How does Khan Academy protect students under age 13?
- How can parents give permission for their child to have a Khan Academy account?
- Who can see information about my child?
- How does Khan Academy personalize my child’s learning experience?
- What else can I do to protect my child’s privacy?