In the New York Times story today about the dramatic expansion of online higher education venture Coursera, co-founder Daphne Koller is quoted as saying that the year-old company is not planning to offer degrees.
Video on msnbc.com: On July 1st, NBC's Andrea Mitchell discussed the role that character, grit, persistence and other non-cognitive skills can play in education with Dominic Randolph, Russell Shaw, and Paul Tough at the Aspen Ideas Festival in...
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