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Boise State Master in Teaching and Special Education programs receive national rankings

Graduate Amber Alexander in her classroom
Recent teacher education graduate Amber Alexander in her classroom at Jefferson Elementary.

The Student Training and Education in Public Service recently recognized Boise State College of Education master in teaching and special education programs in their 2022 Best College rankings.

The rankings consider program offerings including academic counseling, student-to-faculty ratios, institutional financial aid, career placement, tuition and the number of online students.

Our Master in Teaching, Elementary Education program ranked no. 2 and the Master in Teaching, Secondary Education ranked no. 18 for Best Online Education and Teaching Degrees.

Programs in Early and Special Education also landed in the top 20 rankings for the Best Online Degrees in Early Childhood Education (no. 2), and Best Online Special Education Degrees (Master of Education, Early and Special Education, no.17).