Falsified Resume Forces Resignation of MIT Dean

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The Massachusetts Institute of Technology's dean of admissions is resigning because she falsified her credentials, claiming she had degrees she had not earned. Marilee Jones had been an outspoken critic of the pressures young people face to build impressive resumes.

Monica Brady-Myerov of member station WBUR reports.



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