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By: Paul Basken
"My plan is to educate a new generation of young people who will have intuition behind computational thinking," MIT's Shigeru Miyagawa. 
By: Office of the Vice Chancellor
Financial insecurity is an issue for most college students. See what MIT is doing to help alleviate some of the pressures in this week's MIT 3Q.
By: Kara Baskin
“The problem was that lower-income kids, first-generation kids weren’t getting much in the way of assistance. Their enrollment success rates were terrible, and they tended to go to less prestigious institutions," MIT's David Mundel. 
By: Chris Berdik
MIT's pilot project looks to measure hands-on, collaborative learning. 
By: J-WEL
New blended learning program aims to build faculty capacity to teach data science and machine learning and involve up to 500 students over three years.
By: Sara Shay
MIT's Educational Justice Institute develops educational programs that improve the reentry prospects of incarcerated people who are eligible for release. 
By: Suzanne Day
A novel computational model that considers how users have been conditioned to think about race might facilitate training for teachers and students.
By: Abby Abazorius
Having technology in the classroom is all well and good, but teaching them how to use it in ways that will shape the future world is essential.
By: Lindsay McKenzie
Looking for best practices developed through research but tired of doing all the reading? MIT has developed just the thing for you. 
By: Emily Makowski
When students work on real-world problems they retain what they've learned better and also replicate what life is like after school. Why aren't more schools taking this learning approach?