|Pre-K – 12||#35|
New Jersey is the top state for education. It’s followed by Massachusetts, Florida, Washington and Colorado to round out the top five.
|State||Education Score||Education Quality Rank|
Connecticut ranks second in the nation for public schools, ranking second for quality and 19th for safety. Connecticut students have the highest median ACT score of 25.5 and have the third-highest reading test scores.
When it comes to the most hated states, Texas is well at the top of the list. Unfortunately, this state has a bit of a reputation for being rebellious, bold, and loud, which many people find offensive.
|Low teacher pay||17%|
|Public school system funding||17%|
|Public education financing||9%|
|Unequal resources among schools||9%|
Texas ranked 42nd overall in our measure of health system performance — in large part because of how hard it is for people in the state to get and afford the health care they need.
|State||Overall Rank||Higher Education|
1. West Virginia. West Virginia is the least educated U.S. state, with an overall score of 23.65. West Virginia ranks last for Educational Attainment with the lowest shares of people with associate degrees or some college experience and those with Bachelor’s degrees, at 20.6%.
Asian Americans had the highest educational attainment of any race, followed by whites who had a higher percentage of high school graduates but a lower percentage of college graduates.
While coming in overall at No. 39, Texas ranks 43rd in educational attainment. When it comes to quality of education, however, Texas is near the top, ranking at No. … 1 most-educated state with Maryland, Colorado, Vermont and Connecticut rounding out the top five.
New Mexico was ranked 50th for pre-k to 12th grade and 29th for higher education.
This country tops the list as the most educated in the world, with 56.27 percent of adults having earned some kind of higher education.
The country’s second-most populous state, Texas, is also its second-richest state in terms of GDP. Texas’s GDP is $1,772,132,000. Texas’s median household income is $64,034, just below the national median.
According to lifestyle website Best Life, Texas is the second-most hated state in America, just behind New Jersey.
Texas Compulsory Education Laws
General overview of compulsory education laws in Texas, which require children ages six to 18 to attend school, with exceptions such as leaves of absence, home-schooling or early graduation.
The Laredo metro area’s share of extreme poverty – neighborhoods where at least 40 percent of residents live below the poverty level – is the highest in Texas, according to a new analysis from the website 24/7 Wall St.
In 2021, Montana, Minnesota and Idaho are the best states in which to practice medicine, while Rhode Island, Alaska and New York are the most challenging, according to WalletHub’s recent list of the best and worst states for physicians.
Hawaii is the top state for health care. It’s followed by Massachusetts, Connecticut, New Jersey and California to round out the top five.
The United States has the worst health-care system overall among 11 high-income countries, even though it spends the highest proportion of its gross domestic product on health care, according to research by the Commonwealth Fund.
|1.||Beslan school siege||Russia|
|2.||Walisongo School Massacre||Indonesia|
|3.||Eastern University massacre||Sri Lanka|
|4.||Peshawar school massacre||Pakistan|