1. Michigan State University in East Lansing
U.S. News & World Report ranked MSU first in the nation for both its elementary and secondary teacher education programs in 2015. At the undergraduate level, Michigan State offers 5-year teacher preparation programs for elementary, secondary and special education teachers. Michigan State University offers special programs in urban and global education for students who wish to gain experience teaching in differing contexts.
2. University of Georgia in Athens
UGA offers undergraduate and graduate degrees in elementary, middle school, adult and workforce education. For those interested in teaching language and literacy, the university offers English, teaching language to speakers of other languages (TESOL) and world language education programs. UGA also offers an online B.S. in Special Education program
3. University of Wisconsin in Madison
The school of education received recognition from U.S. News & World Report when 8 specializations, in addition to special education, were ranked in the top 10 of their field. The other programs include, first in curriculum/instruction, first educational psychology, first in rehabilitation Counseling (as voted on by deans or administrators of health programs), second in in administration/supervision, second in elementary teacher education, fourth in student counseling/personnel services, fourth in education policy and fourth in secondary teacher education. Future teachers at the University of Wisconsin can pursue an individualized teacher education program that includes a major and minor area of study. Graduate students may be interested in the online Master of Science for Professional Educators.
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