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Muvaffak GOZAYDIN

This is just a pilot Project .

Now imagine 200 best universities of the USA from Mı, Harvard to University olf South Dakota adapt the same model .
50 % of the courses online of their own not necessaryly EDX + 50 % of the courses are f2f .

Results :
1.- Tuition will be halved , 50 % lower .

2.- There will be capacity for new f2f students,
capacity is 100 % more

3.- If students can take courses from other best universities online for credits , then quality would go up .

Educators + Department of Education

PLEASE INVESTIGATE THE MODEL VERY CAREFULLY.
THIS IS SOLUTION HALF OF THE HE IN THE USA

Ksrao

It definitely makes MIT more accessible in many respects.

Chris Aldrich

Certainly an interesting step, and one that may work out well. First the "flipped" classroom and now "flipped" admissions.

This type of admissions strategy might actually give some more hope than is indicated in the recent blog post (and subsequent LA Times Op Ed): http://mathwithbaddrawings.com/.../why-ive-stopped-doing.../

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