Announces Best Doctorate in Education Degree Programs for 2020

SEATTLE (PRWEB) December 06, 2019, a trusted resource for online degree rankings and higher education planning, has announced the Top 60 Doctorate in Education Degree Programs for 2020. The comprehensive research guide is based on an assessment of 137 accredited colleges and universities in the nation. Each program is evaluated based on curriculum quality, graduation rate, reputation, and post-graduate employment.

The 2020 rankings are calculated through a unique scoring system which includes student engagement, potential return on investment and leading third party evaluations. analyzed 137 schools, on a scale of 0 to 100, with only 60 making it to the final list. The methodology also uses an algorithm which collects and analyzes multiple rankings into one score to easily compare each university.

Students who pursue any one of these programs can expect to gain employment much quicker in comparison to candidates without a degree. In addition to accessibility and cost, the steady job growth in this market is one of the many reasons researched and ranked the Top Doctorate in Education Degree Programs. To access the complete ranking, please visit:

2020 NameofDegreeColumnA featured on (in alphabetical order):

A.T. Still University

American College of Education

Appalachian State University

Arizona State University

Ashford University

Aspen University

Ball State University

Baylor University

Belhaven University

Benedictine University

Brandman University

Capella University

Carson-Newman University

Central Michigan University

City University of Seattle

Clarkson College

College of Saint Elizabeth

Concordia University, Portland

Concordia University, Texas

Drexel University

Florida State University

George Fox University

Grand Canyon University

Gratz College

Gwynedd Mercy University

Johns Hopkins University

Lamar University

Liberty University

Lipscomb University

Northcentral University

Northeastern University

Northern Illinois University

Northwest Nazarene University

Northwestern State University of Louisiana

Regent University

Rowan University

Saint Thomas University

Texas Tech University

Trident University

Union Institute & University

University of Arkansas

University of Bridgeport

University of Colorado Denver

University of Findlay

University of Florida

University of Kentucky

University of Louisiana at Monroe

University of Memphis

University of Missouri

University of Nebraska, Lincoln

University of New England

University of North Georgia

University of South Carolina

University of Southern California

University of West Georgia

Vanderbilt University

Walden University

William Carey University

William Howard Taft University

Wilmington University

About provides unbiased research to help students make informed decisions about higher education programs. The website offers curated guides which include the best degree programs as well as information about financial aid, internships and even study strategies. With comprehensive, user-friendly guides and hundreds of program rankings, is a trusted source among students and prospective students. To learn more, please visit

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Top 10 U.S. Real Estate News – November’s Important & Celebrity Home News

POMPANO BEACH, Fla. (PRWEB) December 06, 2019

“November's Top 10 U.S. Real Estate News

“Oprah Goes Bigger – Buys Jeff Bridges Home”

Oprah Winfrey has purchased the home of Jeff Bridges, her next-door neighbor in Montecito, California. Oprah has owned another Montecito home since 2001 and has added more properties over the years now up to about 70 acres. Jeff's Spanish Revival-style home with three bedrooms and 3,517 square feet was priced at $8 million, but Oprah was able to get it for $6.85 million.

“Jonas Brothers & New Brides Buy In Encino”

Joe Jonas and his new bride, Sophie Turner, spent $14.1 million for a new home about 15,000 square feet and ten bedrooms in L.A.'s Encino Hills. Joe's brother, Nick, and Nick's new wife, Pryianka Chopra, will be neighbors as they recently bought a nearby Encino home for $20 million. Nick's home is even bigger at about 20,000 square feet.

“U.S. Housing Starts Surge”

October new single-family housing starts in the United States surged to their highest levels since 2007 while future housing permits were also at a 12-year high. New home starts were up almost 4% to an annual rate of 1.31 million.

“Regis Philbin's Longtime Connecticut Mansion”

After 56 very active years on television, Regis Philbin and wife, Joy, are selling their much-loved Connecticut home asking $4.595 million. Located in Greenwich, the estate sits on 2.59 acres in a lushly green neighborhood among other similar-sized homes. Measuring in at 13,661 square feet, there are six bedrooms and nine baths. They have resided on the East Coast for decades, near the New York television studios, but want to move to California to be closer to their adult children.

“The Rock Buys a Farm”

Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson recently purchased a 46-acre Georgia farm for $9.5 million. Near Atlanta, the farm includes a newer home almost 14,800 square feet that was built in 2002, a 12-stall barn and a 150-year-old home now used for caretakers.

“Famous Billionaires Moving To Florida”

President Trump isn't the only billionaire moving to Florida. Several big-name billionaires are heading to the Sunshine State including Carl Icahn who will soon be moving his investment company from New York to Miami. Sales of Florida luxury condos and homes have been surging. The median sale price for Fort Lauderdale luxury homes rose 30% in the third quarter of 2019 to $2.1 million and prices in Miami Beach and Palm Beach hit record highs.

“Jennifer Lawrence Cuts Price On NYC Penthouse”

Jennifer Lawence bought her New York Upper East Side three-bedroom penthouse apartment with over 4,000 square feet in 2016 for $15.6 million and put it on the market earlier this year at $15.45 million. The apartment features good city and river views and lushly landscaped terraces. The Manhattan luxury real estate market has been in a slump recently; Jennifer's place is now reduced to $12 million.

“Tiger's Ex-Wife Selling Florida Mansion”

Tiger Woods' ex-wife, Elin Nordegren, is trying to sell her Palm Beach home for $44.5 million, a reduction from her original $49.5 million asking price. It was ten years ago on Thanksgiving night in 2009 that Elin allegedly used a golf club to chase the Ambien-induced Tiger out of their Orlando home, and then crashed his Cadillac as he tried to escape. In 2011, Elin used money from her $100 million divorce settlement to buy the land on which her home was built.

“Joe Pesci's Jersey Shore Art Deco Mansion”

Joe Pesci's longtime Jersey Shore home is for sale asking $6.5 million. Joe's home includes eight bedrooms and eight baths, Atlantic Ocean views, spa, boat dock and elevator. Built in 1990, the 7,200-square-foot contemporary with an Art Deco vibe is located in the West Point Island neighborhood protected from Atlantic storms on Barnegat Bay and only a short bicycle ride to the beach.

“Hadid Must Teardown New LA Mansion”

Mohamed Hadid, Gigi and Bella's dad, has been ordered by the city of Los Angeles to demolish a mansion he built without the proper permits. Hadid is also under fire from neighbors who claim the home construction has weakened their hillside. Hadid is also facing an FBI investigation for possible bribes.

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The Wine House Releases its Holiday Gift Guide of Must-Have Wine Accessories

LOS ANGELES (PRWEB) December 06, 2019

The Wine House, named one of the world’s best wine shops by Food & Wine, has released its wine accessories guide for 2019. This year, the list focuses on must-have wine gifts to help serve, preserve, and travel with favorite wines from leading brands like Coravin,VinGardeValise, Durand, and Wake Up Wine. All accessories on this list are available for purchase on the Wine House website for in-store pickup. Many more accessories are available in-store!

“This is a special time of year with friends and family who visit and care about the wines and spirits that they give as gifts during the holidays,” said Glen Knight, Wine House co-owner. “The old and rare, as well as the ‘buy now enjoy later’ bottles will always be a special gift during the holidays, but as people become more sophisticated as to how they savor and store their select vintages, accessories are in high-demand to preserve the wines’ integrity as well as enjoy the wines at their fullest when they are poured,” Knight added.

Among the top picks by Knight and Wine House staff for its 2019 Gift Guide include:


The Durand Wine Opener

Using the Durand for older, fragile, or compromised corks eliminates the unwanted outcomes of broken corks, corks pushed into bottles, or corks partially removed, leaving pieces floating in the wine. The Durand removes the cork intact. Price: $159.99

Jancis Robinson by Richard Brendon Wine Glass

Influential wine writer and critic Jancis Robinson teamed up with famed British dinnerware designer Richard Brendon to launch the ultimate wine glass for ALL wines (white, red, rose, sparkling, fortified…) This beautiful and elegant glass is perfect for anyone who wants to enjoy their wines to the fullest and streamline their glassware collection. Price $49.99

Wake Up Wine Pro and Pro S Electric Wine Decanter

Sommeliers around the world agree that to bring out the best aromas and flavors in your wine; it should be decanted. Unfortunately, decanting is complex and can take hours. Wake Up Wine is the new electronic decanter that you need to make any wine taste 2-5 times better in just minutes. The recommended decanting times for most wines and spirits are between 3 and 10 minutes! Bill Knight, President and Owner of The Wine House, says, "I think this is as significant a device as Coravin is – it is a must-have for anyone who is serious about wine!"

Price: Pro $199.99 / Pro S $249.99


VinGardeValise 8 or 12 Bottle Case

VinGardeValise® is the ultimate travel solution for wine lovers to safely transport wines, fine spirits, artisanal olive oils, and other bottled treasures. Carrying up to 8 or 12 bottles, you can travel confidently, knowing even your favorite special vintages are safely cradled in specially designed covered foam inserts to ensure maximum safety against breakage. The high-density foam wine cavities are specially designed to hold a combination of bottles of almost any shape, from traditional Bordeaux and Burgundy to Champagne and Riesling. Price: (12-bottle) Black $349.99 / Burgundy $349.99; (8-bottle) Silver $299.99


Coravin Wine Preservation System

The Coravin wine preservation system has taken the wine world by storm by allowing you to pour wine from a bottle without removing the cork.

Coravin Model Two System (Gift Pack) Includes 3 Needles, 2 Gas Cartridges, and Carrying Case Price: $349.99

Coravin Model Two Wine System

Price: $299.99

Coravin Model One Wine System (White With Blue Accent)

Price: $199.99

The Wine House has several Coravin accessories, including the Coravin aerator ($79.99), Coravin replacement needles ($32.99), Coravin replacement gas cartridges ($21.99), and a Coravin Screw Cap accessory ($6.99) for those who already have the Coravin system.

The Wine House boasts a selection of more than 6,000 bottles of well-curated wines from across the world. If there is something on your wishlist that expands beyond accessories this holiday season, their team of experts can help. The staff can be reached at

About The Wine House:

The Wine House is a family-owned independent retailer that has been serving customers from around the world for over 40 years and was named as one of the Ten Best Wine Stores in the World by Food & Wine. Our 25,000 square foot facility in West Los Angeles, CA has a vast selection of over 6,000 domestic and imported wines, spirits and beers that is one of the largest and well-curated collections in the country. With helpful and knowledgeable staff to help customers make their selection and a wide variety of events such as seminars, tastings, wine and food pairings – from casual, in-store tastings, to sit down dinners with winemakers from all over the world as well as in-depth seminars that lead to certifications – we provide a unique, exciting shopping environment for clients ranging in wine experience from the complete novice to the connoisseur. We are honored to be the First Call for customers seeking products or assistance with any of our wide variety of products.

Contact: Lisa Clark

Title: Director of Marketing


Phone: 310-479-3731

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