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Online Programs in Education 4 Top-Ten program areas

U.S. News & World Report has named Michigan State University among the best places in the nation to earn an online master's degree in education. MSU is ranked in the top-10 in four program areas in the 2023 rankings.

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The 2022 New Educator magazine is now online! Meet our new dean; new leaders in Kinesiology; and check out powerful stories written by and about alumni.

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MSU scholars have joined a multi-state effort to develop, distribute and evaluate open access elementary science and literacy curricula and professional development materials.

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Four MSU online master's programs named in nation's top-10

January 24, 2023

Michigan State University, a leading institution in the field of education, remains home to some of the most prestigious and highly-ranked online master's degree programs in the country. According to U.S. News & World Report’s annual rankings, MSU moved up 14 spots overall from 2022 and ha...

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Five MSU scholars recognized as national education influencers

January 05, 2023

Five scholars from the Michigan State University College of Education were featured on the top-200 list of nationwide influencers in the field of education. Now in its 13th year, the annual Rick Hess Edu-Scholar Public Influence Rankings honors scholars from across the U.S. who have shaped educ...

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Venzant Chambers publishes book on "Racial Opportunity Cost"

January 04, 2023

There is a scene in a book recently published by Michigan State University Professor Terah Venzant Chambers that shows how one moment can completely alter how a person interacts in a classroom environment, perhaps permanently. In this example, "Makayla," a Black Advanced Placement (AP) student,...

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