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When choosing where to further your education after highschool, knowing you want to work as a teacher, the options and stress of college hunting can be difficult. With this interactive map, you will see some of the highest rated education colleges in the country.


In collaboration with the Gerald R. Ford School of Public Policy, students can earn dual master's degrees in public policy and higher education, which need two years to finish. Ph.D.s are also awarded by the Michigan SOE in over ten fields, including as learning technologies and organizational behavior and management. About ten research groups, centers, and projects are based at the school, and it has affiliations with roughly ten more institutes and centers.



A renowned university for intellectual rigor and distinction is Northwestern University. Students can receive a complete education curriculum from their School of Education and Social Policy (SESP) that can give them a strong foundation in education and an excellent education. The faculty of Northwestern's School of Education and Social Policy is highly qualified and experienced in a range of educational fields. Students may be able to collaborate and learn from some of the top scholars and educators in the field as a result. Northwestern University's research initiatives are well-known. The institution places a high priority on research, and students who are interested in education research or policy can take advantage of these factors as well as the chance to work on innovative education initiatives and studies.



The first, biggest, and most comprehensive graduate school of education, health, and psychology in the country is Teachers College at Columbia University. As a result, TC gave rise to disciplines including educational psychology, nursing education, nutrition education, special education, conflict resolution, and education and spirituality. At UofC, there is trained teachers and school administrators, as well as psychologists, dietitians, health educators, speech pathologists, and other professionals, to address today's most important issues through more than 120 academic programs and more than a century of experience.



Three topics are offered to students completing degrees at the Graduate School of Education at UC-Berkeley: Policy, Organization, Measurement and Evaluation; Language and Literacy, Society and Culture; and Cognition and Development. The courses prepare students for careers in psychology, administration, and teaching. More than ten research centers, including the Center for the Study of Critical Transitions and the Berkeley Evaluation and Assessment Research Center, or BEAR for short, offer students practical experience. There are more research opportunities and teaching positions available all around the San Francisco Bay Area. On the Berkeley campus, the school is located in Tolman Hall, and graduate students have access to nearby university housing.