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What is the best Minnesota school to go to get my teaching degree?

I’m Megan I’m a senior at Rogers senior high MN. I am also in AVID so we have been looking at school but I am stuck on where to go. I want to do a 2 year 2 year program, getting my generals done then transferring. I am looking for advice. I also don’t know what subject or grade I want to teach yet.

Thank you comment icon https://www.niche.com/colleges/search/best-colleges-for-education/s/minnesota/ This link should provide a guidance. Joseph Ford

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Joan’s Answer

Hello Megan!

In the state of Minnesota, you will find a variety of schools that provide programs for a teaching degree.

As per the U.S. News & World Report, the University of Minnesota–Twin Cities holds the top spot for education in Minnesota.

In addition to this, other institutions in Minnesota that offer programs for a teaching degree include Minnesota State University–Mankato, St. Cloud State University, and Winona State University.

To ensure that you choose a program that aligns with your unique needs and career aspirations, it's crucial to thoroughly research and compare the programs offered by these institutions.
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Maria’s Answer

The best people to ask about teaching programs are your own teachers :) Ask them questions like "where did you get your teaching credential? what was challenging or easy about it? any advice for me since I'm thinking of becoming a teacher?" Plus your teachers may have known you for a long time and so they can share their observations about how you're doing in school, what you're like around other classmates, and how well you would do in college.
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