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MIT's David Autor sees dim future for Americans without college degrees
By: The Economist
The earnings of workers without a college education have scarcely risen in 50 years, after adjusting for inflation; for men they have fallen.
ACCESS shows grad school's rigors and rewards
By: Leda Zimmerman
Undergraduates from across the country learn the benefits of continuing their education in chemistry, chemical engineering, and materials science.
Introducing Scratch 3.0
By: Janine Liberty
The Lifelong Kindergarten group at the MIT Media Lab has launched Scratch 3.0, a new version of the creative coding platform for kids.
MIT's UROP program helps build professional skills with learning
By: Aaron Weber
MIT's Undergraduate Research Opportunities Program (UROP) combines classroom rigor with real-world objectives to teach valuable professional skills.
MIT's Mitch Resnick and company launch next generation of Scratch
By: Mitchel Resnick
"Our educational mission is to engage students in thinking creatively, reasoning systematically, and working collaboratively," says Resnick.
At MIT, advanced training for community college students
By: Kirk Carapezza
As demand for highly skilled workers increases, MIT partners with neighboring schools to meet that demand.
Future-focused education, rooted in invention
By: Julie Barr
MIT alum Connie Liu created Project Invent to help empower high school students to create technologies that make a difference.
Creating a more flexible first-year experience at MIT
By: Elizabeth Durant
The MIT Class of 2022 will have a slightly different learning experience than their predecessors. How can colleges improve learning experiences with subtle changes?
How playful assessment unseated standardized tests at one school
By: Emily Tate
See how MIT's Yoon Jeon Kim, a researcher in assessment science, helps schools create better assessments for measuring critical thinking and curiosity.
MIT researchers look beyond standardized tests for better assesssment
By: Emily Tate
MIT's Louisa Rosenheck is researching ways to assess "all the things we say we care about" - for example curiosity, creativity, and critical thinking.