BurlingtonFreePress.com, State ranks high in education survey

BurlingtonFreePress.com, State ranks high in education survey

Educators encouraged as results come out. In an article published by the Burlington Free Press, on Education Week’s annual Quality Counts report, Vermont has been ranked third behind New Jersey and Massachusetts for academic achievement and ninth on a chance-for-success index.  Results are based on National Assessment of Educational Progress, the federally mandated standardized test.  Richard Cate, Vermont Education Commissioner states, “I think it indicated that we have been and continue to be poised to have a very successful population, a successful work force, all those things – in terms of the people that are coming out of are education system and just society in general.”

To view the report, click here.

-Nancy

State ranks high in education survey
Published: Friday, January 5, 2007
By Molly Walsh
Free Press Staff Writer

Vermont public school students perform near the top nationally and have a relatively good chance of succeeding in life, according to a state-by-state ranking published this week.

The Education Week Quality Counts survey put Vermont at No. 3 for academic achievement, behind No. 2 New Jersey and Massachusetts in the top spot. Vermont was ninth among states on a chance-for-success index that measured demographic, economic and education attainment indicators. Virginia was No. 1 on the success meter and New Mexico was last. (read more)

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