MIT resource site tailors college materials to K-12 users

A new Massachusetts Institute of Technology resource site for K-12 students and educators includes more than 2,600 audio and video clips from college lectures as well as assignments and lecture notes. High school biology teacher Rebekka L. Stone uses the clips regularly so her ELL students can rewind and listen to the lectures as often as they need.

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