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If public schools across the nation were given report cards, they might come from the Education Week Research Center. Ed Week’s Quality Counts 2018 report gives Kansas a C, with an overall grade of 73.3 percent. The national score is also a C, with a grade of 74.5 percent. Border states Nebraska and Colorado also earned C’s although their grades were higher than Kansas at 76.3 and 73.9 percent, respectively. We scored higher than Missouri (C-) and Oklahoma (D+).
In case you’re wondering where the overachievers are, there were none. The highest grade ...


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