The new gTLD .Education opens up for live registrations on April 2nd but of course had a Sunrise period early for trademark holders and its in the final day of the Early Access Program.
Going through the zone file I only found only three what you would consider major, 4 year brick and mortar universities that applied for a .Education domain;
Arizona State University registered ArizonaState.education, ArizonaStateuniversity.education, Sundevil.education and Sundevils.education.
Auburn University registered AuburnUniversity.education (Auburn.Education is reserved or on the ICANN blocked list)
The University of Colorado registered UniversityofColorado.education (Colorado.education is reserved or on the ICANN blocked list)
I found three more 4 year colleges that registered a .education domain;
Davidson College which is located in North Carolina registered Davidson.education and DavidsonCollege.education
Lake Michigan College registered the domain name LakeMichiganCollege.education
Northwestern Christian University whose current site is nwcu.edu registered NorthwesternChristianUniversity.education
The University of South Australia registered the Universityofsouthaustralia.education.
There were a few registrations from online universities and education programs including;
Several community colleges got an .education domain including:
Although not schools I did see a couple of interesting registrations:
MayoClinic.education was registered to the very famous hospital
YMCA.education was registered by the organization not the Village People
The domain names, Book.education and Books.education were registered yesterday on EAP 4 by Domain Licenses Limited of London who used brand protection company and registrar comlaude.co.uk
Of course there is a .edu domain for accredited institutions which has been around as long as .com. .Edu is shorter and of course has been used for over 25 years so I think .education would be most valuable to a generic buyer.