Teacher

Requirements and Colleges

Educational Requirements

Primary Education

  • Bachelors in Education
  • Student Teaching

Secondary Education

  • Masters in Education
  • Bachelors in subject desired to teach
  • Student Teaching

Professional Requirements

  • License to teach in the state you live in
  • General teaching tests i.e. Praxis and special tests for what you are teaching

Top Colleges for Education Majors

Information

University of Oregon


  • Located in Eugene Oregon
  • Population = 156,185 people
  • Third largest city in Oregon
  • Abundance of different types of art, film, and music
  • Pine Mountain Observatory,
  • Many museums and markets
  • Saturday Market
  • Sports, i.e. football, basketball, baseball
  • Energetic college town
  • College of Education
  • Offers undergraduate, graduate, continuing professional, and doctoral programs
  • Total of Enrollment = 24,548 people
  • Median class size = 20 people
  • Student to Teacher = 19:1
  • In state cost = $24,450
  • Out of state cost = $45,375

John Hopkins University

  • Located in Baltimore, Maryland
  • Also known as Charm City
  • Most populated city in Maryland
  • Population = 621,342 people
  • Fort McHenry
  • Mount Vernon
  • Edgar Allen Poe's House
  • Babe Ruth's birthplace
  • The Flag House and Star-Spangled Banner Museum
  • Washington Monument
  • Campus in 3 different cities, 5 different areas
  • School of Education
  • Academic programs and research address the most pressing needs of PK-12 schools
  • Closing the achievement gap
  • Addresses social and emotional needs of children, youth, and families
  • Recruiting and preparing a new generation of highly qualified teachers
  • Total of Enrollment = 21,327 people
  • Student to Teacher = 13:1
  • Cost to Attend = $47,060

New York University

  • Located in Lower Manhattan New York, New York
  • Population = 1,626,159
  • Most densely populated of the five boroughs of New York City
  • Former World Trade Center
  • Chinatown
  • Empire State Building
  • Washington Square Park
  • Central Park
  • Central Park Zoo
  • Time Square
  • Brooklyn Bridge
  • Rockefeller Center
  • Carnegie Hall
  • Chrysler Building
  • Radio City Music Hall
  • Little Italy
  • Battery Park
  • Steinhardt School of Culture, Education, and Human Development
  • Department of Teaching and Learning

  • To build a department that prepares educators with vision of change and of their roles in achieving it

  • To build a relationship with our students that creates support groups and networks that will serve them as they meet the difficulties and challenges of teaching.

  • Improving urban education

  • To build an educational community with common themes and understandings

  • To build programs that prepare educators with a solid grasp of the historical forces that have shaped schools

  • Total of Enrollment = 44,516 people
  • 22,498 of the students are undergraduates
  • Student to Teacher = 10:1
  • Cost to Attend = $66,542