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MIT data experts crunch numbers to optimize school bus routes
By: Linda Jacobson
Algorithms are generating solutions to transportation problems that district leaders can’t solve on their own.
MIT Integrated Learning Initiative names second annual grant recipients
By: Steve Nelson
The MIT Integrated Learning Initiative (MITili) awards over $400K to innovative MIT research on the science of learning and learning effectiveness.
J-PAL NA announces second round of competition partners
By: J-PAL North America
Education, Technology, and Opportunity Innovation Competition aims to improve student learning.
Making high-quality education accessible to all
By: Stefanie Koperniak | MIT Open Learning
Researchers and educators gather at MIT to discuss how to meet the educational needs of a new learning society.
MIT's Joshua Angrist explains evidence for education reform
MITili affiliated faculty, Joshua Angrist, explains why education reform needs more rigorous experimental evidence.
Seven MIT educators honored for digital learning innovation
By: Kelly McSweeney
Congrats to the MIT faculty members who won this year's digital learning and innovation prizes!
Lincoln Laboratory staff use race cars as a vehicle to teach coding
By: Madelaine Millar
"Our motto is inclusiveness," says Khalid Mustafa, the IT director of the Timothy Smith Network. "Too often we have all these rules that filter people out. How do we invite people in?"
MIT Media Lab Director's Fellows announced for 2019
By: MIT Media Lab
This year's group features a COO working to improve first-generation college student education readiness, a mayor financing scholarships to triple the number of city students entering, and a professional skateboarder.
Bridging the gap between research and the classroom
By: Stefanie Koperniak
This month MITili and the McGovern Institute teamed up to convene researchers and educators to help close the gap in education between what scientists are studying and what practitioners are doing.
MIT awards instructor for utilizing Wikipedia in the science classroom
By: Cassidy Villeneuve
Dr. Amy Carleton has students prepare science communications for Wikipedia to help them understand the material, but also to communicate it in a way that all people will understand.