from Tom Humphrey ....
Tennessee’s lowest grade was in spending: an F and a national ranking of 46th. However, the state received a B-plus and ranked No. 5 for equity in distributing funding across districts. The finance grade was based on federal data from 2014.
The state’s highest grade was in the category of “chance for success,” scoring a 73.7, or a C.
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