The Massachusetts Institute of Technology's (MIT) Economics of Education course is an OpenCourseWare (OCW) course that Professor Frank Levy taught to undergraduate and graduate students on the school's campus in spring 2007. we can access course materials, assignments and lecture notes for free, but we will not interact with the instructor or receive credit
Some knowledge of microeconomics is helpful, because we will use economic theory and econometrics to study the economics of educational issues. Topics covered include human capital theory, financial aid, charter schools and school reform.
The Economics of Education course includes four problem sets, two midterm exams and one final exam accompanied by review notes. we can check our answers using the solutions provided.
We can download lecture notes that explain topics using a question-and-answer format. The course includes readings in textbooks, policy briefs, articles, journals and papers.