UCLA's Department of Education tied for #3 among education schools, UCLA IS rated #14 among library and information studies programs.
U.S. News and World Report has again ranked the UCLA Graduate School of Education and Information Studies among the top graduate schools in the nation.
The Department of Education was ranked third (tied) among education schools. The Information Studies Department was rated number 14 among library and information studies programs.
“Our scholars are at the forefront of fundamental work on two of the issues that define the future of our democracy moving forward — education for the flourishing all students – above all students in our most underserved communities, and information, so that all members of society have the tools required in the 21st century for access to knowledge, authentic autonomy and self-governance,” said Marcelo M. Suárez-Orozco, Wasserman Dean of the UCLA Graduate School of Education and Information Studies. “Our excellence flows from the brilliance of our faculty and students, the ethic of social justice, and our authentic engagement with multiple communities in Los Angeles and beyond. While we are mindful of the limitations and fluctuations in these rankings, we are nevertheless gratified to be reminded of the admiration and recognition of our work by our peers around the country.”
Six graduate schools and programs at UCLA were ranked in the top five in the nation, another 5 in the top 10 by U.S. News and World Report. For more information, visit UCLA Newsroom.