Indiana is Top State for Parent Power in Public Education
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January 9, 2013 - 4:23am
Econontersect: The Center for Education Reform (CER) has developed a study of the effectiveness of each state in involving parents in the public education system. Indiana is top ranked, Florida is second and Ohio is third. The lowest ranked state is Montana. The bottom ten, starting from the the worst are Montana, Nebraska, South Dakota, North Dakota, Kansas, Iowa, Vermont, West Virginia, Kentucky and Hawaii. The CER has developed what it calls the Parent Power Index which it uses to rank the states.
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