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||Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT)
||The Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) created this project containing numerous videos full of educational content, driven by a series of questions: How can we change the perception of the role of engineers and scientists in the world? What can MIT do, right now, to improve STEM education at the K12 level? What if MIT became a publicly accessible “experiential partner” to the country’s K12 educators? What if MIT students generated short-form videos to complement the work those educators are already doing in their classrooms and homes? MIT seeks to illustrate that the best spokespeople in the battle to engage young people in science and engineering are other young people.
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