I really need help on finding one.
It depends on what your looking for:
The technology curriculum may be what they're known best for and what their history is rooted in, but it appears that many 'tech schools' are now comprehensive universities with course and degree offerings in liberal arts and science, education, etc. Conversely, many former teaching colleges (normal schools), agricultural & mechanical colleges (A&M's), and liberal arts & sciences colleges, are now universities that offer courses in technology. It would seem that a good tech school can likely be found in the engineering and applied science programs at either "tech schools" or the other-named schools. Accordingly, if you are looking for a 4-year degree in an engineering or applied science field, then the best tech school is probably closely correlated to the lists found in rankings of national universities. Aside from the Duke/Stanford/Northwestern/MIT... Tech and ivy league schools and other top schools that usually top the lists of national universities, there are universities across the country that are known as engineering schools like Purdue University or Georgia Tech.
If your talking about technical colleges for fields like dental assistant, medical assistant, culinary arts, etc., then your best bet is your nearest community college where you can get a career diploma or work on an associate's degree.
rensellear in troy, ny,
MIT in cambridge, ma
Virginia Polytechnic Institute
RIT in rochester, ny
CIT in CA
the indian institue of technology
Polytechnic University of New York
California State Polytechnic University, Pomona
California Polytechnic State University, San Luis Obispo
Georgia Institute of Technology
Worcester Polytechnic Institute
they are all selective schools, and difficult to get into. good luck
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