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Data: Mapping the States on This Year's Quality Counts

New Jersey and Massachusetts earn the nation’s highest overall marks on the “Quality Counts 2019” report card, with grades of B-plus. New Mexico gets the nation’s lowest grade, a D. In all, 32 states receive grades between C-plus and C-minus.

For a description of what these education indicators mean, view the grading scale and methodology.

Related Story: "In National Ranking of School Systems, a New State Is On Top"


Vol. 39, Issue 03

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