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MIT reviews what, how it teaches

School cites changes in science, students

By Marcella Bombardieri
Globe Staff / March 17, 2004

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The Massachusetts Institute of Technology, widely considered the nation's top science and engineering school, is launching a two-year review of its undergraduate education, examining its required courses and other student experiences in light of new developments in science, as well as the changing interests of students. (Full Article: 630 Words)

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