Peabody ranked first again
Peabody maintained its No. 1 national ranking in U. S. News & World Report for the fourth consecutive year.
Peabody has topped the rankings, selected through expert opinions and statistical indicators, since 2009. Its administration/supervision and special education programs were also ranked No. 1 in the country, special education in a tie with its peer program at University of Kansas.
“We are pleased to again be ranked No. 1 and to have eight of our programs included in their respective top-10 rankings,” said Dean Benbow. “There is nothing more important to our children’s well-being and our economic future than education. It is gratifying that Peabody’s contributions to transforming education are seen as leading the nation.”
Peabody was also ranked for its programs in elementary education (No. 4), curriculum/instruction (No. 5), education policy (No. 5), higher education administration (No. 5), educational psychology (No. 6), and secondary education (No. 6).
Rankings are available at the U.S. News & World Report website, and the complete list was published April 3 in the U.S. News & World Report Best Graduate Schools book.