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By: Daniel de Wolff
“We’re interested in how to ensure our robots adapt to those cues and, over time, from interaction to interaction, use that information to provide appropriate learning materials for each individual child," says Dr. Park
By: MIT Open Learning
Agarwal is recognized for making education more accessible to people around the world, via edX open-source online platform.
By: Ellen Rosen
Community colleges across the country, with the help of companies and research institutions like M.I.T., are beginning to shape their curriculums to expose students to new theories and technology. 
By: Meg Murphy
MIT’s new project-centric cross-departmental program, the New Engineering Education Transformation (NEET), uses a hands-on approach to apply systems engineering to real-world projects. 
By: J-PAL North America
The New Mexico Legislative Finance Committee will partner with J-PAL to explore an evaluation of the state's early college high schools, which aim to increase college preparation. 
By: Joe Diaz
The pK-12 Action Group returned to Hong Kong once again this summer to lead a highly successful STEAM camp in collaboration with the Chinese International School (CIS).
By: Hannah Blair and Efua Bortsie
See how MITx and MicroMasters helps a team in Botswana get connected to education and evidence. 
By: Judith Thurman
MIT's Evelina Fedorenko discusses language with the New Yorker. "We begin by asking how language fits into the broader architecture of the mind".
By: Rachel Hentsch
If you have time to read this, you might have time to change the world. Join the u.lab MOOC on MITx to learn how to create the change we need via a series of highly experiential edX courses created by MIT lecturers.
By: MIT Open Learning
Congratulations to MIT's Chris Caplice and Justin Reich on winning the 2018 MITx Prize for Teaching and Learning in MOOCs. Chris is performing important research with his team on how to keep more learners engaged in MOOCs.