Signing bills that will shake up public education’s status quo, Gov. Ron DeSantis and his supporting cast repeatedly cited the state’s “No. 1 in education” ranking via U.S. News & World Report.
Not a lot of people wanted to report on the honorific, the Governor griped.
“Because, you know, they didn’t like the narrative on that,” DeSantis said. “But the reality is, we were number one on that.”
Really, though, that ranking wasn’t quite apropos to the PreK-12 topics being addressed Tuesday at the bill-signing in Miami. When that No. 1 overall education ranking is broken into components, the magazine put
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