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Rankings based on the number of research articles in top-tier journals
The School of Education is comprised of the Department of Teaching and Learning, the Department of Counseling and Human Services, and the Department of Leadership and Higher Education.
The School of Education has been creating leaders in education for more than 90 years. Our programs prepare graduates to make a positive impact in their classrooms, boardrooms, organizations and communities.
Two UF academic programs maintained rankings in the top-10 – Counselor Education jumped two spots to secure No. 3 and Special Education ranked No.7. Elementary Education and Curriculum & Instruction each earned top-20 positions, ranking No. 16 and No. 18, respectively.
New this year are rankings for online specialty areas where UF earned top ranks based on peer assessment. Overall, UF maintains a place of leadership as No. 15 among the nation’s public education colleges in U.S. News & World Report’s 2020 annual rankings of America’s Best Graduate Education Schools. The college is ranked No. 24 when among public and private graduate education programs combined.