The United States has a wealth of educational resources, but it is not evenly distributed.
Parents’ educational level, family income and school funding will affect students’ educational level, while the overall educational level will in turn affect the economic development and population quality of the city.
Which states in the US have the highest level of education?
According to the U.S. Census Bureau, the percentage of local residents with education (the proportion of people 25 and older with an associate’s degree), the national average is 43.8%, but the Northeast is the most educated. Here are the 10 most educated states.
Education level: 54.2%
Higher education rank: 32
Best States in the United States: 11
More than 40% of the people in Massachusetts have a bachelor’s degree, the education environment is undoubtedly number 1, Harvard, MIT, Boston College, Northeastern University, Worcester Polytechnic Institute and other colleges and universities gathered in Massachusetts, seven sisters Mount Holyoke College, Smith College and Wellesley College.
Education level: 52.7%
Higher education rank: 4
Best States in the United States: 15
Colorado is ranked fourth in the best education state in the United States, and the more famous public universities are the University of Colorado, Colorado Denver, Colorado State University, Colorado School of Mines, and the most famous private university is the University of Denver.
Education level: 52.6%
Higher education rank: 38
Best States in the United States: 9
Vermont is bordered by Massachusetts to the south and New York to the west. Speaking of institutions of higher learning, the most famous is Middlebury College, Bennington College, public universities such as the University of Vermont, founded in 1791.
Education level: 50.7%
Higher education rank: 18
Best States in the United States: 5
Minnesota’s four-year college graduation rate of 63.2 percent is higher than the national average. There are two major university systems in Minnesota, the University of Minnesota System represented by the University of Minnesota Twin Cities, and the Minnesota State University System.
5. New Jersey
Education level: 50.1%
Higher education rank: 29
Best States in the United States: 19
New Jersey, the other big education state in the Northeast after Massachusetts, scored an average of 292 on the National Assessment of Educational Progress, 10 points higher than the national average. Princeton, Stevens Institute of Technology, and Rutgers are all in New Jersey.
6. New Hampshire
Education level: 50%
Higher education rank: 45
Best States in the United States: 6
Although there are few well-known institutions of higher learning, Dartmouth College is located in New Hampshire. In addition, K-12 education in New Hampshire ranks higher than higher education, and Phillips Exeter High School and St. Paul High School are known to students in the United States.
Education level: 49.5%
Higher education rank: 47
Best States in the United States: 16
It is one of the six states in the New England region of the northeastern United States, north of Massachusetts, and also belongs to the state with high family income, many colleges and universities, and high levels of education. Yale University, Wesleyan University, University of Connecticut, Trinity College are all here.
Education level: 49.5%
Higher education rank: 14
Best States in the United States: 13
Virginia’s four-year college graduation rate is 73.4 percent, the highest in the country. Higher education and K-12 education in Virginia are excellent. Institutions of higher learning include the University of Virginia, a public university, the College of William and Mary, James Madison University, Virginia Tech, and Washington and Lee University.
Education level: 49.4%
Higher education rank: 15
Best States in the United States: 22
The 11 campuses of the University of Maryland system are the best public education resources in Maryland, while the private universities have Johns Hopkins University, which is famous for its information technology and life science disciplines.
Education level: 49.1%
Higher education rank: 2
Best States in the United States: 2
Washington State has about 7.5 million people, 60% of whom live in the Seattle metropolitan area. Washington State has more than 40 institutions of higher education, including the University of Washington, Seattle University, Washington State University, Evergreen State College.