Kahoot! has begun offering free access to the "premium" version of its game-based learning software. https://kahoot.com/access-kahoot-premium-for-free/
Kapwing is giving away licenses for its professional edition to teachers. Kapwing is a collaborative online image and video editor with a cloud storage workspace. According to the company, it serves as an "excellent tool for teachers who are making video materials or lessons to send to students for remote learning, for students working together on a group project or for a classroom looking for a digital space to share multimedia projects with each other." The pro edition can accommodate videos up to 40 minutes long (versus 10 minutes in the free, basic version), lets users edit and store all content, make the content private and offers a one-gigabyte upload limit. Free teacher accounts are available through Apr. 17, 2020. https://www.kapwing.com/resources/free-kapwing-pro-accounts-for-educators-affected-by-covid-19/
Kinedu, an app designed to help families and caregivers engage in personalized, science-backed activities with their young child, is offering its services free through April 15. The company, which has been funded and supported by MIT Solve, provides a proprietary developmental assessment, as well as a daily activity plan tailored to each child's development. https://www.kinedu.com/
Kiron has broadcast access to a set of free, interactive online lessons to help teachers globally learn how to better teach students online during school closings. The startup, funded and supported by MIT Solve, focuses primarily on refugees worldwide and underserved communities in the Middle East to provide access to high-quality education. However, the course applies to educators making the switch to online teaching anywhere, covering topics such as getting active participation online and creating a learning environment. https://teach.kiron.ngo/
Knowre has announced that it would make its math service free to all American teachers, schools and districts through the end of the school year. Knowre Math is an online core supplement for grades 1-12 that needs only a browser to view or an iPad app. Features include "walk me through" support and targeted assignments to help the student work independently. Teachers receive access to student progress via a dashboard. https://www.knowre.com/school_closure_support/
Kokomo24/7 has produced "COVID19Tracker," to allow schools to collect, track, share and manage information about cases of coronavirus in their area. https://www.covid19tracker.org/
LearnPlatform is providing services its education technology services free for districts and state education agencies through June 2020. The program tracks software usage, requests and educator feedback about the software they use. https://learnplatform.com/contact-us
Legends of Learning has opened access to its 2,000 standards-aligned math and science games for free for the rest of the school year to schools and parents. The company is also providing its premium-level custom assessments, scheduling features, data and analytics and training and support for all schools affected by closures.