Education in Minnesota
The state of Minnesota is home to 1,309 high schools. The state has 1,188 public high schools and 121 private high schools. Minnesota is 18th in the country in terms of the number of high schools it has, but the state enjoys a graduation rate of 78 percent. The dropout rate in Minnesota is 1.9 percent, which is well below the national average. The state ranks 35th in the country for its student/teacher ratio in its public and private high schools.
Advanced Degrees In Minnesota
Minnesota has a vast array of colleges and universities that are both religious and non-religious. Some of the more prominent Minnesota universities are Brown College, Mayo Graduate School and Walden University. In the state of Minnesota, 32.5 percent of the population has some sort of college degree, which is well above the national average. Some of the popular areas of study are:
– Human Development
– Public Health