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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: MIT News Office
J-WEL will help educators, universities, governments, and companies revolutionize the effectiveness and reach of education.
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: 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?
By: Meg Murphy
MIT faculty traveled to Dubai recently to teach forms of innovative thinking and exchange ideas on working jointly. "I doubt there are many countries where leaders are as well-informed or change-oriented," says Sanjay Sarma, Vice President for Open Learning at MIT.
By: Ellie Bothwell
After just six months as president, Reif launched the Institute-wide Task Force on the Future of MIT Education. This led to the creation of several new initiatives including the Office of Digital Learning, the pK-12 Action Group, and the MIT Integrated Learning Initiative.