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  • Carin
    Nah sorry. I'd like to, but I eventually realized that all I'd be doing was community service and it'd be somewhat ridiculous/counterproductive to spend that much money to fly over to do community service when I could do the same thing where I live. I'm probably missing out on a great experience, but oh well... thanks though!
    February 2010
  • poi
    I think actually the larger schools may be better or stronger for education majors as many of them started out as teaching colleges. Some strong ones to possibly consider are Indiana (stunning), Michigan State (very nice also), Wisconsin (supposed to be very nice) and Ohio University (very pretty campus with college town). We have been to IU, MSU and OU if you have any questions on them and liked them all.
    October 2009