Breitbart News published an article on Monday detailing the rankings of schools by the National Center for Education Statistics.
It lists the top-rated public schools in each state and the top five public schools that offer the most value for students.
The rankings have been criticized for using data from the National Assessment of Educational Progress, which is a yearly survey of more than 14,000 U..
S. students and teachers.
The NCES uses a different method of calculating scores than other government surveys.
The most recent edition of the survey, published in 2017, used data from 2015 to 2020.
The latest edition of NCES used data for the same period.
The data included information on the number of students receiving special education, the number receiving free or reduced-price lunch, and the percentage of students who are disabled or in other economically disadvantaged classes.
In its 2017 survey, the NCES asked respondents to grade each school on how they would rate it in their own schools.
For example, the bottom 10% of schools scored an “F” while the top 10% scored a “C” and the remaining 10% scores a “D.”
The NCE classifications are based on the following factors: teacher quality, student achievement, and student achievement among peers.
Schools with a score of “F or better” were ranked in the bottom five percent of schools, while schools with a rating of “C or worse” were rated in the top 20 percent.
Schools rated “D or worse,” were rated as “underperforming” and ranked in middle or bottom of the schools.
The report also ranked schools by their graduation rates, and by the number and types of teachers.
Schools that scored in the middle of the range were ranked as having the lowest graduation rates.
The list also ranked public and charter schools based on graduation rates and student outcomes.
For the first time in the NCE’s history, the report listed the number, types, and characteristics of teachers, which it did not do for years.
According to the report, schools with more than 200 teachers were rated higher than those with fewer than 50.
Schools in states that don’t have public schools, and schools that do, were ranked lower than schools that had no public school students.
In a statement, NCES Director of Education Tom Golisano said the report is an “important contribution to public education in the United States.”
He said that the report provides data that is available to teachers, administrators, parents, and students.
“The NCES has been one of the nation’s leading sources of information on school quality and achievement for nearly a century,” Golisino said.
“Today’s report is a vital resource for teachers, parents and students in determining what is available in our public schools.”
According to Golisio, the National Education Association (NEA) has long been concerned about the NCED scores and the methodology used to make those scores.
The NEA said in a statement that the data in the report “represents a serious problem with how the NCEST methodology is used.”
“Inadequate data and incomplete data, combined with a lack of transparency and accountability from the agency, has created a misleading and distorted picture of the quality of public education,” NEA President Mark Goldring said in the statement.
“NEA strongly urges the NCSE to stop using NCES data and conduct an independent audit of the NCER-based scores.”
The NEAA said that NCES should include an independent review of the methodology that the NCERT-based tests use and that schools should be held accountable for the performance of their teachers and administrators.
Golisani said in his statement that schools and districts should be responsible for their own data collection.
“This will help us provide more accurate information about our schools, teachers, and educators and ensure that the schools and communities in which we live have the best education available,” Goliani said.
The Trump administration has been criticized in recent years for its stance on teacher evaluations, including its new rules mandating that schools that receive the highest NCERT scores report their scores on a quarterly basis.
The administration also recently proposed that every school in the nation be required to give teachers and principals the option of using a third-party vendor to provide teachers with a standardized test that is used to measure student achievement.
A spokesperson for the Education Department said the Department is reviewing the report.