Microsoft, MIT and Others Launch Free Education Courses

Registration is now open for five courses developed by leading universities, offered in partnership with edX, the nonprofit online learning destination founded by Harvard and MIT.
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Today Microsoft announces new education leadership courses in partnership with edX, MIT and other top universities. 

Registration is now open for five courses developed by leading universities, offered in partnership with edX, the nonprofit online learning destination founded by Harvard and MIT. These courses are designed to be undertaken, not just by individuals, but also by entire leadership teams which is critical to school transformation. Learn more at the Microsoft blog

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