Wednesday, June 22, 2011

Hmm ...

... Blue State Schools: The Shame of a Nation | Via Meadia.


  1. It seems to me that an election has intervened since 2004, changing the hue here and there. Why not take 1972 or 1964 for the baseline and make a thorough job of it?

  2. On the other hand, the openly conservative American Legislative Economic Council ranks Vermont and Massachusetts the top two states for K-12 public education, followed by Florida, New Hampshire, New York, and Pennsylvania:

    Maybe the difference between ranking individual schools and ranking state-wide poplicy effects? Note that there is no red/blue correlation, really.