School of Education Ranked No. 1 for Second Year
For the second year in a row, the Johns Hopkins University School of Education was ranked the best graduate program of education in the country by U.S. News & World Report.
The School of Education offers several classes at the Montgomery County Campus.
The school was ranked sixth in 2012 and second in 2013, before garnering the top spot in 2014 and again in 2015.
“We are proud to be named the leading school two years in a row,” said David W. Andrews, dean of the School of Education. “The recognition validates our commitment to recruiting the best and brightest students, and assuring them access to world-class scholars and extraordinary research opportunities. The hard work and commitment of our students, faculty, staff and alumni to improve educational opportunities for all learners has led to this national recognition.”
At the Montgomery County Campus, the School of Education offers classes in teacher preparation, counseling, school administration, technology for educators, reading and special education.
“We are excited to be the nation’s No. 1 school of education,” Andrews said. “We cannot forget the work that remains to ensure that all children, regardless of where they live, have access to a quality education to reach their full potential and have productive lives.”
The Whiting School of Engineering, which also offers classes at the Montgomery County Campus, ranked 25th, a tie with the Pennsylvania State University. Last year, Whiting ranked as the 27th best graduate engineering school.