By: BloombergBusinessweek
David Autor, Ford Professor of Economics, was named to Bloomberg's 50 Influential People of 2017. Autor's work helps learners prepare for a vastly different future workplace. 
By: Fatima Husain
MIT student, Drew Bent, hopes to create equity through education. 
By: Boston Globe Editorial
Governor Baker will soon appoint a commission to explore ways to expand online learning opportunities in areas critical to the state's economy. 
By: Anne Trafton
Study shows babies have intuition on the value of a goal. 
By: Jeff Dieffenbach
With the help of 150 Masie Learning 2017 conference participants, an MIT research team set out to address the hot topic of micro-learning. The participants interacted with one of three variations of an elearning video on one of the conference themes, cybersecurity.
By: L. Rafael Reif
"We must proactively and thoughtfully reinvent the future of work," says MIT President Reif. 
By: Steve Nelson
Joshua Angrist is the Ford Professor of Economics at MIT and a Research Associate in the NBER's programs on Children, Education, and Labor Studies, and founder of MIT's School Effectiveness and Inequality Initiative (SEII). A dual U.S. and Israeli citizen, he taught at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem before coming to MIT. Angrist received his B.A.
By: Davis Graham
Our education system today is measuring our students not by how well they gain knowledge and are able to express knowledge they have gained, but by how well they read and write.
By: Elaine Pofeldt
See how one curious edX student found her way to MIT via the new MicroMasters program. 
By: Steve Nelson
Members of the MITili team in conjunction with the MIT Gabrieli Lab conducted an experiment at the Elliott Masie Learning 2017 Conference in Orlando, FL this week. They spent two days with participants using a small EEG headband to record brain waves which can detect the amount of focus a learner has.