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By: DEECS
A student-coordinated class at MIT prepares students with technical lectures followed by a software lab where they immediately apply what they've learned in a real world setting. 
By: Steve LeVine
Over 1,900 global learners have signed up for MIT's Future of Work online course. The eight week free course will feature some of the best-known minds in the fields of automation, inequality, and robotics.
By: MIT SHASS
MIT Professor, Mary Fuller, encourages her students to participate in active reading. Her students take the challenge very seriously. 
By: Tom Vander Ark
Beginning with 20 students, the WW Academy is initially offering a master’s degree in secondary school STEM teaching. Other fields and school leadership will follow.
By: Alison Trachy
Congratulations to this year's winners, including SEII's Joshua Angrist whose research includes children, education, and labor studies. 
By: David L. Chandler
Conference celebrating new MIT Schwarzman College of Computing explores the changing face of higher ed.
By: J-PAL North America
A J-PAL North America publication aims to help decision-makers understand how education technology can help — or hinder — student learning.
By: Adi Gaskell
A recent MIT study reveals that economic recovery generally disrupts low-skilled workers the most, and has done so over the last 50 years. 
By: Nicole Estvanik Taylor
“Learning is not something you do for four years. Learning is something you do forever,”  says Sanjay  Sarma, MIT’s Vice President for Open Learning.
By: Kim Martineau
Undergraduate research projects show how students are advancing research in human and artificial intelligence, and applying intelligence tools to other disciplines.