In early October, Clarissa Shen, vice president and international executive of online educator Udacity, spoke with the Economic Times about her company’s outlook and their massive online open courses (MOOCs). “They are dead,” she said bluntly, referring to the product that started Udacity in the first place.


Meanwhile, the latest report by the Khan Academy, a non-profit MOOC provider, shows that they pulled in donations exceeding $24 m in 2015. edX, the second largest MOOC provider in the world, managed $ 22 m.

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