Quality Counts recognizes Arkansas

Arkansas’ public education system is moving up in the country, now ranking sixth in the 2011 issue of Quality Counts, a nationally-published magazine that ranks states according to public education policies, environment and performance.

In the past year Arkansas ranked tenth overall, but a first placement in Transitions and Alignments and second in Teaching Profession helped move the state’s ranking up.

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