chris314 wrote:Every school I was going to mention is already listed here: https://www.compadre.org/per/programs/
The only other school not listed that I have heard about is California State University Long Beach. Just a fair warning though, those CSU schools in California only offer a MS degree in physics education research, but some of them do offer a PhD in education. Like most schools, they have a per semester fee, so if you're ambitious you can take extra classes and try to work towards both at the same time.
chris314 wrote:West Virginia University is the only one that I have seen actually advertise it in their research. They have 4 faculty listed under PER, maybe look into that school a little more.
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