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William Woods University’s Educational Leadership degree programs receive outstanding ratings from top national college data and analytics firm

According to new rankings just released by one of the nation’s top college data and analytic firms, the Educational Leadership degree programs at William Woods University (WWU) rate as one of the best values in the nation among universities with such degree programs.

College Factual’s annual higher education rankings for 2024, which ranked 550 four-year colleges and universities across the U.S. in the “Best Value Graduate Degree Colleges for General Education Leadership and Administration” category, rated WWU at number 27 nationally (the top 5%) among universities that offer the MEd, EdS and EdD in Educational Leadership.

College Factual’s full list for the “Best Value Graduate Degree Colleges for General Education Leadership” category of national rankings can be found here:


Criteria for the rankings included cost to attend the school after aid is awarded and overall quality of the general educational leadership and administration program at the school.

“We are incredibly proud of the recognition received for our MEd and EdS Educational Leadership programs,” said Sheila Logan, Associate Professor of Education and Chair of the MED, EDS and Advanced Certifications at WWU. “Our relationship with talented and experienced school leaders who serve as course instructors together with relevant embedded field experiences allows our students to truly experience the ever-changing, complex role educational leadership.”

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About College Factual Located in Troy, New York, College Factual is a leading source of college data analytics and insights, with a strong focus on student outcomes. The firm provides in-depth coverage for more than 2,500 colleges and universities and over 350 college majors, helping students discover which of those colleges and majors are best for them. These insights are available to students from 160 countries interested in pursuing accredited college degree programs in the United States.