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By: Emily Makowski
Even at MIT, makerspaces are necessary for student growth. “What makes The Deep unique is that the students have a lot of ownership, and the students help run the space,” Culpepper says.
By: Tom Popomaronis
Last year, a group of researchers at MIT, Harvard and the University of Pennsylvania found that one of the best things parents can do for their children is to have frequent back-and-forth exchanges with them.
By: MIT.nano
Video game developer NCSOFT joins with MIT.nano to apply the language of gaming to technology research and education. 
By: Alison Trachy
At this year's MacVicar Day symposium, faculty and students reflect on the challenges and joys of education in the 21st century.
By: Anya Kamenetz
MITili Deputy Director, Parag Pathak, talks about the possibility of a lottery system for elite schools.
By: Madeline Smith
MITili affiliate lecturer, Kyle Keane, uses experiential learning, teaching and reflecting in the field, and student cohorts to deepen understanding in India. 
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.