Educators Fire Back at U.S. News’ High School Rankings
Three education administrators from New York have published a scathing criticism of the 2015 high school rankings published by U.S. News & World Report.
Three education administrators from New York have published a scathing criticism of the 2015 high school rankings published by U.S. News & World Report. Together, the school leaders deconstructed the rating rubric, source data and published results, finding discrepancies in all three areas. The administrators hope their letter will elucidate what they find to be blatant errors in analysis. (The Washington Post)
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