Report ranks New Mexico a mediocre 35th in school choice options

New Mexico’s poor educational performance is well-known, but according to a new report from the American Legislative Exchange Council (ALEC) the State has failed to empower parents to choose the educational options that make sense for their children.

The report called the State Education Freedom Index ranks all 50 states on various and comprehensive measurements of school choice. New Mexico ranked a mediocre 35th out of 50 in the report. You can click on the map below to read the report.

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One Reply to “Report ranks New Mexico a mediocre 35th in school choice options”

  1. Our Sunport was highly ranked recently and the Permian basin was identified as pumping around half of all the oil in the US (the world’s largest oil producer) per day. But one would never know this if RGF newsletters were the only thing they happened to read.

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