Marquette University's College of Education was again among the top-ranked schools in U.S. News & World Report's latest edition of "Best Graduate Schools." The College of Education was ranked 65 out of the 278 graduate schools surveyed – an increase of fourteen places over last year.
In the past two years COED has jumped 26 places in the rankings and is the second-highest ranked college of education in Wisconsin, and the third-highest ranked Jesuit institution in the country.
"Our ranking is not only most welcome, but remarkable given the size of the College and our primary pursuit of excellence in teaching, scholarship, and outreach -- factors that typically go unmeasured," remarked Dean Bill Henk. "We’re particularly gratified by how we’re perceived by school superintendents nationally."
There are more than 1,500 schools, colleges and departments of education in the nation. Other Jesuit institutions included in the rankings are Boston College (19), Fordham University (65), Loyola Marymount (74) Loyola University Chicago (91).
Complete rankings and methodology are available online.
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