Helping offline kids access great educational and learning resources without an internet connection.
The Endless OS Foundation has partnered with Common Sense and Learning Equality to launch the Endless Key initiative for the 2020–21 school year. Read the press release to learn more about our collaborative project launch.
The Endless Key is a 128 gigabyte USB drive that is designed to provide a robust, engaging and safe digital learning environment, with high-quality learning and discovery resources that can be accessed offline (without internet) by students using Windows computers.
The Key program is designed as a complement to the USA's broadband-for-all rollout, and offline students' distance learning challenges.
Read about the Key's latest news and updates.
Endless helps people take control of their technology.
The Endless Key features leading learning materials such as Blockly, Khan Academy, PhET, Sikana, and Ubongo through Learning Equality’s Kolibri platform — without internet.
The Key also contains the Kiwix reader which provides a searchable offline Wikipedia.
Designed as a supplemental learning and curiosity-driven resource for students, content
on the Key can also be explored by subject in self-guided learning, and with teacher or adult guidance.
The Key is a solution specially created for students and families as an offline resource,
but can also be used with internet-enabled computers.
Who We Are
Endless OS was born in 2012, with a mission to help people around the world gain access to knowledge and opportunity through technology.
After working with partners all over the world, we realized the barriers are too big to overcome by ourselves. We created the Endless OS Foundation in April 2020 so that we could dedicate all of our resources and work across for-profit and non-profit partners to bring our solutions to as many people as possible.