School of Education Ranked No. 1
Johns Hopkins University’s School of Education, which offers graduate coursework on the Montgomery County Campus, was ranked No. 1 among the nation’s graduate education programs by U.S. News & World Report.
The ranking was announced in March and is a boost from last year’s No. 2 ranking.
“We are elated that the hard work and exceptional talent of our students, faculty and staff has propelled us to the No. 1 ranking of graduate schools of education by U.S. News & World Report,” David W. Andrews, dean of the School of Education, said in a news release. “Over the past few years we’ve made great strides in our goal to transform the very nature of education across the nation and across the globe. I am thrilled that our new ranking reflects the quality of our efforts in teaching, research, and the development of evidence-based models of instruction. We will continue our commitment to be part of the innovative solutions to the educational challenges in this country and take a leadership role in the discovery and dissemination of new knowledge affecting education.”
At the Montgomery County Campus, the School of Education offers classes in teacher preparation, counseling, school administration, technology for educators, reading and special education.
The Whiting School of Engineering, which also offers classes at the Montgomery County Campus, was ranked 27th best graduate engineering school.