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U.S. news released the first national primary school

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U.S. News & World Report, the global education ranking authority, released the ranking of the best K-8 schools in the United States in 2022 for the first time this week. This is also the first time in the history of U.S. news to release the ranking and specific data of more than 80000 public primary and secondary schools in the United States.

Different from the ranking of universities and high schools, there is no national ranking in primary and middle schools, only state ranking. In addition, there are regional rankings according to the location of school districts in the state. Best charter schools and best magnet schools are ranked as independent categories respectively.

The new ranking method for K-8 focuses on two aspects: Mathematics and reading ability, that is, students’ performance in state assessment. “Scores depend almost entirely on students’ performance in mathematics and reading / language arts. Each state conducts these assessments to determine whether they have completed the core subjects and to review the school’s education of students.”

According to the U.S. Department of education, the best K-8 school ranking includes only public schools. The state assessment data used in the rankings come from the 2018-2019 academic year, so it was earlier than COVID-19 COVID-19’s impact on the examination.

California has 5534 primary schools, ranking the highest among all States, followed by Texas (4446), New York (2211), Florida (2128) and Illinois (2038).

California also has the largest number of secondary schools, with 2319, followed by Texas (1942), Illinois (1243), New York (1219) and Florida (997).