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By: Office of Digital Learning
The MITx Prize for Teaching and Learning in MOOCs is an effort to encourage the development of new MOOC methods and technologies. 
By: Kate Telma
MIT senior envisions opportunities for "every person of the world who wants to learn something." 
By: School of Engineering
The Refugee ACTion Hub (ReACT) will create tailored learning experiences and spark collaboration. 
By: Gail Cornwall
The New York City landmark bucked the tragedy of the commons. Can America's school systems do the same?
By: Stephen Nelson
Pritchard contends that pedagogy is held in low esteem by university professors, especially in sciences.
By: Claire Cain Miller
MIT Professor of Computer Science David Karger sees a future of top universities teaching exclusively online.
By: David Leonhardt
Students using vouchers to attend a private school did worse on math and reading than similar students in public schools, a new study found. 
By: MIT News Office
J-WEL will help educators, universities, governments, and companies revolutionize the effectiveness and reach of education.
By: Rachel Gordon
Researchers from MIT's Computer Science and Artificial Intelligence Laboratory (CSAIL) have developed a series of apps called 'WaitSuite' that test you during idle moments on your phone. 
By: Anne Trafton
How can we apply new findings by MIT's neuroscientists on memory to education and learning?