Websites help offer free ivy league courses
NEW YORK (WABC) -- A new program is allowing students to take ivy league courses online for free thanks to Coursera, a startup founded by two Stanford professors.
Coursera now has partnerships with 16 top universities, some of them in other countries.
There is a separate partnership between MIT, Harvard, and Cal-Berkeley, called "Ed-X", launched earlier this year.
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