TeachingThe Winona State University College of Education is ranked among the best education programs in Minnesota in The College Database’s new ranking, “Top Colleges in Minnesota: Shaping the Next Generation.”

WSU was ranked sixth in Minnesota, awarding 380 degrees in education or teaching disciplines in 2012.

“Winona State has a long and storied national and international history of innovation and leadership in the field of education,” said Jan Sherman, Dean of the WSU College of Education. “We offer hands-on learning and practice in the field; classes taught by dedicated, professional faculty members; and preparation for a rewarding career of improving our world.”

The College Database used data from the Integrated Post-secondary Education Data System, the National Center for Education Statistics and Carnegie Classification.

Universities were ranked based on reputation, facilities and educational opportunities. Qualifying schools must be 4-year, fully accredited, public or private, not-for-profit colleges in the United States.

Winona State has also been recognized by The College Database for providing high quality education at an affordable price.

For more information, visit the WSU College of Education at http://www.winona.edu/education/.

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