Loyola Marymount University’s School of Education has again been ranked among the top schools in U.S. News & World Report’s latest edition of “Best Graduate Schools.”
It shares the No. 74 position out of the 278 graduate schools surveyed – an increase of nine spots over last year.
In the past three years, the school of education has jumped 57 places in the rankings to become the fourth-highest ranked Jesuit institution in the country and the ninth-ranked school of education in California.
“Our continued rise in the U.S. News survey is a testament to the impact our students, faculty, staff and alumni have on Los Angeles, the state and the national education community,” said Shane P. Martin, dean and professor of the school of education.
“This is great recognition for our excellent educator preparation programs, innovative research and collaborative partnerships.”