Do you find education of the gifted and talented have always been of interest to you? If so, you might be looking into a career as a gifted and talented education instructor. The average graduate with this major earns a yearly income of $51,423, which, just so you know, is 1.5% shy of the average yearly income of an editor. Our cadre of educational analysts studied all the numbers to create our ultimate 2021 Best Colleges for Education of the Gifted and Talented list. A couple of our top picks might be surprising to you!
To tell you a little bit about our top picks, the 2 Best Colleges for Education of the Gifted and Talented have student body sizes ranging from smaller to very big, with 3,293 to 21,490 full-time undergrads. They admit 86.5% of applicants on average, and their admitted students scored between 26 and 26 on the ACT. On average, their students cough up close to $13,155 a year, after aid, and their undergraduates are awarded a median of $5,620 in financial aid per year. Also, they have a mean student--faculty ratio of 20:1, and their median academics rating on School Authority is 8.755.