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Dr. Sutton: In your HBR article you just posted, you said that scaling challenges boil down to this problem - "the difficulty of spreading something good from those who have it to those that don’t – or at least don’t yet."

I've been very interested in your thoughts about how scaling applies to the field of higher education. More specifically, did you and professor Rao find anything about scaling as it relates to Massive Open Online Courses (MOOCs)? After all, aren't MOOCs about scaling higher education to a much wider audience? I would love to hear your thoughts. Thanks. –Steve

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