U.S. News & World Report has issued its annual college rankings, once again recognizing the University of Minnesota’s College of Education and Human Development (CEHD) and its programs as some of the finest in the nation. Notably, the Institute of Child Development (ICD) tops the list of Developmental Psychology programs, a tremendous achievement that is the result of CEHD’s and ICD’s commitment to world-leading research.
Other CEHD programs receiving honors included our Special Education program (#8) and Educational Psychology (#9). CEHD was ranked as the 12th Best Public Education School in the nation and the 21st Best Education School in the nation overall.
These rankings are impressive and a testament to CEHD’s multidisciplinary, innovative approach to education and child development. By combining the best research from fields like learning technology, educational psychology, social work and teacher education, CEHD is uniquely positioned among educational institutions in the United States to improve the lives of people in Minnesota and around the world.
From groundbreaking autism research to programs that are cultivating more diverse teaching talent, CEHD is committed to research, outreach and education that touches every aspect of a child’s journey from infancy to adulthood. We’re grateful that U.S. News and World Report has recognized CEHD’s excellence – and thank our students, faculty, alumni and donors for their efforts in helping us achieve and exceed our goals.
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