Kentucky got a B minus compared to the rest of the nation in a national education ranking released Friday. Local educators said the grade is a good start toward realizing a vision where well-prepared students have an array of career choices when they graduate.
Kentucky jumped into the top 10 in the annual report compiled by Education Week magazine and the Editorial Projects in Education Research Center, according to a release made available Friday. Maryland was first with a B plus, and no state achieved an A, a release from Education Week said.
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