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Date: 26 April 2021

Watch our special discussion with the Honorable Ilga Šuplinska, Minister of Education and Science for Latvia and Dr. Anjali Sastry, Senior Lecturer at MIT Sloan School of Management and J-WEL Faculty Affiliate.

During this session, Minister Šuplinska shares insights on the initiative she

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Date: 1 April 2021

This paper presents evidence on the impact of technology-aided instruction on literacy using an AI-based multi-sensory technology platform across a large cross-section of government schools in India. The study focused on reading and comprehension in the English language. The

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Date: 15 July 2019

In this excerpt from Dr. Rebecca Winthrop's LINC 2019 keynote address, she explains what it means to leapfrog education using an example from Brazil, where innovative techniques are being used to help kids access education in remote jungle areas.

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Date: 20 June 2019

In LINC's closing session, Dr. Peter Senge, senior lecturer at MIT Sloan School of Management, offers his insights on the history of education at MIT and elsewhere as the LINC conference has evolved. With feedback from the audience, he reflects on lessons learned during the 2019 convening, and

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Date: 18 June 2019

Dr. Rebecca Winthrop speaks at the LINC 2019 Conference in this keynote address.

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In an age of rising inequality, getting a good education increasingly separates the haves from the have nots. Experts predict that by 2030, over 880 million

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Date: 18 June 2019

The "New Learning Society” comprises an audience that runs the gamut – from learners who may be displaced because of social and political crises to those who need re-skilling in order to engage productively in the emerging workforce and includes early learners as well as adults. MIT Open

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Date: 23 December 2016

In 2014 and 2015, a joint research team from Harvard University and MIT released summary reports describing the first two years of Harvard and MIT open online courses launched on the nonprofit learning platform, edX. These reports set expectations for the demographics and behavior of course

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Date: 28 July 2014

In this final report, the Institute-wide Task Force on the Future of MIT Education presents concrete recommendations, from increasing the flexibility and modularity of the curriculum, to imagining new kinds of physical spaces to support learning, to defining new opportunities for service.  To