The Brookings Institution released The Education Choice and Competition Index, which evaluates “thirteen categories of policy and practice that are important to the availability and quality of choice and to the competition created by choice among providers of education services.”
Of the 107 largest school districts in the nation, Wake County was the top North Carolina district. Wake was tied for 15th with a C+ grade. Both Charlotte-Mecklenburg (T-22) and Winston-Salem/Forsyth (T-22) received Cs. Cumberland (T-95) and Guilford (98) schools received Fs.
Two districts in Louisiana, Recovery District and Orleans Parish, and New York City received an A. Loudoun County, VA had the lowest score.
Hat tip: EG