The Khan Academy, the Web’s general store for teaching people about things, tackles the state’s most critical fiscal issue—up until it comes to solutions, and then it vanishes like Squeezy.
By Whet Moser
Published Nov. 28, 2012
On the heels of Squeezy the Pension Python, the Khan Academy (occasionally bandied about as the future of education). It’s a fine introduction for explaining to your kids why we can’t have nice things, but as with Squeezy, no solutions are in evidence (via the Daily Herald).