Are there any guides out there on best colleges for education degrees?

Question by Gracia: Are there any guides out there on best colleges for education degrees?
I am a high school junior and have just started the college search. I would like to be either an early childhood or elementary teacher and am looking for a college with strong programs in these areas. So far I have been checking out all the colleges I am interested in from mail I’ve gotten or things I’ve heard, but I would really like a resource that could narrow down the amount of colleges out there to ones with strong teaching programs so I could make my decision from there.

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Answer by ›tªmmy‹
Check the Princeton Review books. They rate colleges based on degrees and a myriad of other things.

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2 thoughts on “Are there any guides out there on best colleges for education degrees?

  1. My impression is that there is not a lot of difference in schools of education. The important thing is to study and get licensed in the state where you want to work. For economic reasons, I’d recommend doing two years at a community college and finishing at a state university–as a teacher you won’t earn big bucks and so your long-term financial situation will be impacted mightily by the amount of student loan debt you incur.

  2. US News ranks education programs. The rankings are for graduate programs — but the quality of undergraduate programs and graduate programs is highly correlated.

    Columbia University is the top rated program.

    The link is below

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