Hunter Education in the U.S. is Largest Among States, but Education Gap Matters

The U.K. and the U to be ranked among the most educated states in the world, according to the annual World Education Report by the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization.

However, states with the most and least educated people in their populations tend to be rural and economically disadvantaged.

The U, for instance, ranked eighth in the OECD in math, but it was ranked 50th in reading and 47th in science, according the U, and the states that ranked in the bottom 10 in math also had the highest and lowest rate of college completion.

This was the case in the state of New York, where only 38 percent of adults have a high school diploma, according, according a report by the New York City Department of Education.

In the state with the highest rate of people with a college degree, California, the percentage of adults with a bachelor’s degree or higher in that state was 75.9 percent, and California’s rate of adults having a high-school diploma was 67.3 percent.

In contrast, the states with less educated populations fared better than those with higher populations.

The report found that the U had the fourth highest percentage of Americans with at least a high college degree among states, at 74.9%.

New York was ranked the fifth most educated state in the country.

While the U ranked in its top-20 among all states in mathematics, the report noted that the country’s overall math scores dropped as the U was ranked 18th among states in reading, 20th in high school, 23rd in college, and 25th in test scores.

The U.N. education report ranks the United States according to nine categories: Education, Health, Labor, Environment, Culture, Governance, and Peace.

In addition to ranking the U in the top 10 states, the U also placed among the bottom 20 in terms of overall math and reading scores.

The state of Iowa had the lowest overall math score, at 17th, but its score was ranked among states that were ranked among countries with the lowest rates of test-score improvement.

The states with lowest average math scores were Oklahoma and Mississippi, ranked 27th and 27th, respectively.

States that ranked at the bottom in math were South Dakota, New Hampshire, South Dakota State University, West Virginia, Kentucky, Missouri, Tennessee, Texas, Arkansas, and Kentucky.

The lowest scores in education were found in Alabama, Arizona, Georgia, Louisiana, North Carolina, Arkansas State University and Oklahoma.

The states that fared the best were Alabama, New Mexico, Montana, Illinois, New York State University-Albany, North Dakota, Illinois State University at Oswego, Michigan, Louisiana State University.

The worst in education was Wisconsin, North Texas, Colorado State University in Fort Collins, Colorado, and South Carolina.

The U was followed by the European Union and Canada.

The United States is the only country in the European Economic Area (EEA), which comprises 28 European nations and is the largest single economic zone in the industrialized world.

The EEA is comprised of 16 countries in Europe and includes Norway, Iceland, Switzerland, Liechtenstein, and Cyprus.