How to find the best US education ranking

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Education is a tough sell for many.

Most of us spend more than $1,000 per year on education, and the amount of money we spend has grown substantially over the past two decades.

While the US is often viewed as the gold standard, the quality of the US education is a complex and variable barometer.

So how do we measure it?

We take the most accurate, up-to-date data available on US schools and compare it to the most recent data available for US states and cities.

To find out what the US ranking of the best education systems looks like, we looked at every state’s annual rankings of the top 200 schools by enrollment.

These are the schools that had the highest percentage of students who were enrolled in college.

And they have the highest enrollment in college as well.

As we learned in our previous education ranking post, the best way to determine a state’s ranking is to look at how many students from each of the 100 largest metropolitan areas attend that state’s schools.

Here’s what the data looks like from our most recent ranking of education systems:  The top 100 schools for enrollment in 2010 are as follows: 1.

Chicago Public Schools: 2,946,818 students 2.

Boston Public Schools:(1,837,926 students) 3.

St. Louis Public Schools (2,912,872 students) 4.

Oakland Public Schools 2,878,531 students 5.

Newark Public Schools(1,833,746 students) 6.

Washington DC Public Schools 1,739,638 students 7.

Hartford Public Schools1,712,904 students 8.

San Francisco Public Schools 934,816 students 9.

Detroit Public Schools929,923 students 10.

Baltimore City Public Schools 915,858 students 11.

Cleveland Public Schools 893,835 students 12.

Milwaukee Public Schools 697,542 students 13.

St Louis Public School 686,876 students 14.

Pittsburgh Public Schools 785,716 students 15.

San Diego Public Schools 770,822 students 16.

Oakland City Public School 771,637 students 17.

Hartford, CT Public Schools 760,869 students 18.

Milwaukee, WI Public Schools 660,852 students 19.

Denver Public Schools 558,624 students 20.

Detroit, MI Public Schools 555,838 students 21.

Milwaukee Metropolitan Area Public Schools 509,788 students 22.

Memphis Public Schools 486,922 students 23.

Washington, DC Public School 487,955 students 24.

Sacramento, CA Public School 467,932 students 25.

Milwaukee County Public Schools 457,958 students 26.

Denver County Public School 460,742 students 27.

Milwaukee Metro Public Schools 445,532 students 28.

St Charles Public Schools 443,824 students 29.

Oakland County Public Public Schools 435,715 students 30.

Milwaukee and St. Clair Counties Public Schools 425,632 students 31.

Cleveland Metropolitan Area School District 423,811 students 32.

Denver Area Public School District 422,769 students 33.

Cincinnati Public Schools 422,062 students 34.

Milwaukee Area Public Education 421,934 students 35.

Houston Area Public Public School 421,859 students 36.

Cincinnati-Northern Public Schools 418,723 students 37.

Milwaukee School District 417,621 students 38.

St Clair Public Schools 415,623 students 39.

Memphis Area Public Transportation District 413,898 students 40.

Dallas Public Schools 411,847 students 41.

Memphis-Downtown Public Schools 410,823 students 42.

Milwaukee-Midland Public Schools 408,727 students 43.

Milwaukee Valley Public Schools 407,664 students 44.

Cleveland-Akron-Canton Public Schools 405,567 students 45.

Milwaukee Central Public Schools 404,939 students 46.

Milwaukee Transit District 404,839 students 47.

Minneapolis-St. Paul Public Schools 403,959 students 48.

Oakland-Alameda County Public Education 403,064 students 49.

Milwaukee Urban Public Schools 401,066 students 50.

Cincinnati, OH Public School 401,073 students 51.

Phoenix Public Schools 400,935 students 52.

Dallas-Fort Worth Public Schools 399,917 students 53.

Phoenix-Mesa-Scottsdale Public Schools 398,941 students 54.

Las Vegas Public Schools 387,738 students 55.

Detroit-Warren Public Schools 385,918 students 56.

Los Angeles County Public schools 385,812 students 57.

Las Cruces Public Schools 384,914 students 58.

San Jose Public Schools 383,857 students 59.

Columbus, OH public school 383,721 students 60.

Las Colinas Public Schools 382,832 students 61.

Seattle Public Schools 370,895 students 62.

Los Gatos Public Schools 368,543 students 63.

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