A recent survey ranks Kentucky in the nation’s top 10 states for education — and Oldham County Schools remains in the state’s spotlight.
Each year, Education Week — a national publication focused on K-12 education — produces a special “Quality Counts” issue.
The report tracks key education indicators and grades states on their policy efforts and outcomes.
Kentucky rose four places in the 2013 survey, claiming the 10th spot. It’s a total gain of 24 places since 2011.