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    Most educated county in every state

    The great American philosopher and psychologist John Dewey once said, “Education is not preparation for life; education is life itself.” Dewey was heavily invested in a school of thought known as pragmatism, which addresses the importance of learning academic concepts by way of experiencing them firsthand as opposed to simply hearing and repeating various things said in a classroom. While this is still a philosophy employed by many, especially those working in fields where the value of one’s work experience exceeds that of their academic background, many people take a great deal of pride in their formal educations, not only because of the many valuable skills gained, but also because of the immense amount of work that went into earning their particular degrees.

    To help understand areas with the highest educational attainment, Stacker used data from the 2012-2016 American Community Survey to construct a weighted index which measures the relative education level for every county in the United States. This index evaluates each county’s over-25 population across seven educational tiers, ranging from individuals not educated past 8th grade to those with graduate or professional degrees. For each segment of these tiers, a points-based indexing system was applied in direct proportion to the estimated years of schooling for each level of educational attainment. Lastly, the full range of index scores was normalized to a 0 to 100 scale, with 100 representing the most educated county in the United States.

    The county in each state with the highest weighted index is included in the story—read on to see where people in each state go to school the longest on average.

    Related: Least educated county in every state

  • Alabama: Madison County
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    Alabama: Madison County

    Education index (out of 100): 87
    Less than 9th grade: 2.9%
    9th to 12th grade, no diploma: 6.3%
    High school graduate/equivalent: 20.9%
    Some college, no degree: 21%
    Associate's degree: 8.2%
    Bachelor's degree: 25.4%
    Graduate or professional degree: 15.3%
    Rank (of all counties): 151/3,141


     

  • Alaska: Juneau City and Borough
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    Alaska: Juneau City and Borough

    Education index (out of 100): 87.7
    Less than 9th grade: 1%
    9th to 12th grade, no diploma: 3.3%
    High school graduate/equivalent: 21.2%
    Some college, no degree: 27.6%
    Associate's degree: 7.4%
    Bachelor's degree: 25.3%
    Graduate or professional degree: 14.2%
    Rank (of all counties): 111/3,141

    Note: Junaeu City and Borough is a unified municipality and county-equivalent. 

     

  • Arizona: Coconino County
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    Arizona: Coconino County

    Education index (out of 100): 85.2
    Less than 9th grade: 4.2%
    9th to 12th grade, no diploma: 6.9%
    High school graduate/equivalent: 21.6%
    Some college, no degree: 23.7%
    Associate's degree: 9.4%
    Bachelor's degree: 19.9%
    Graduate or professional degree: 14.3%
    Rank (of all counties): 292/3,141


     

  • Arkansas: Pulaski County
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    Arkansas: Pulaski County

    Education index (out of 100): 84.6
    Less than 9th grade: 3.3%
    9th to 12th grade, no diploma: 6.7%
    High school graduate/equivalent: 27.1%
    Some college, no degree: 23.8%
    Associate's degree: 6.2%
    Bachelor's degree: 20.8%
    Graduate or professional degree: 12.2%
    Rank (of all counties): 350/3,141


     

  • California: Marin County
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    California: Marin County

    Education index (out of 100): 92.1
    Less than 9th grade: 3.9%
    9th to 12th grade, no diploma: 3%
    High school graduate/equivalent: 11.3%
    Some college, no degree: 18.6%
    Associate's degree: 6.2%
    Bachelor's degree: 32.2%
    Graduate or professional degree: 24.9%
    Rank (of all counties): 15/3,141


     

  • Colorado: Boulder County
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    Colorado: Boulder County

    Education index (out of 100): 93.1
    Less than 9th grade: 2.4%
    9th to 12th grade, no diploma: 3.2%
    High school graduate/equivalent: 12.9%
    Some college, no degree: 16.2%
    Associate's degree: 6%
    Bachelor's degree: 31.7%
    Graduate or professional degree: 27.6%
    Rank (of all counties): 6/3,141


     

  • Connecticut: Fairfield County
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    Connecticut: Fairfield County

    Education index (out of 100): 88
    Less than 9th grade: 5.1%
    9th to 12th grade, no diploma: 5%
    High school graduate/equivalent: 22.4%
    Some college, no degree: 15.2%
    Associate's degree: 6%
    Bachelor's degree: 25.9%
    Graduate or professional degree: 20.4%
    Rank (of all counties): 101/3,141


     

  • Delaware: New Castle County
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    Delaware: New Castle County

    Education index (out of 100): 85.4
    Less than 9th grade: 3.2%
    9th to 12th grade, no diploma: 6.4%
    High school graduate/equivalent: 28.9%
    Some college, no degree: 19.2%
    Associate's degree: 6.9%
    Bachelor's degree: 20.9%
    Graduate or professional degree: 14.6%
    Rank (of all counties): 276/3,141


     

  • Florida: Leon County
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    Florida: Leon County

    Education index (out of 100): 89
    Less than 9th grade: 2.2%
    9th to 12th grade, no diploma: 5.2%
    High school graduate/equivalent: 18.6%
    Some college, no degree: 19.6%
    Associate's degree: 9.2%
    Bachelor's degree: 25.4%
    Graduate or professional degree: 19.8%
    Rank (of all counties): 69/3,141


     

  • Georgia: Oconee County
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    Georgia: Oconee County

    Education index (out of 100): 89.7
    Less than 9th grade: 1.5%
    9th to 12th grade, no diploma: 5.1%
    High school graduate/equivalent: 20.9%
    Some college, no degree: 18.7%
    Associate's degree: 7.2%
    Bachelor's degree: 22%
    Graduate or professional degree: 24.5%
    Rank (of all counties): 49/3,141


     

  • Hawaii: Honolulu County
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    Hawaii: Honolulu County

    Education index (out of 100): 84.9
    Less than 9th grade: 4.2%
    9th to 12th grade, no diploma: 4.7%
    High school graduate/equivalent: 26.2%
    Some college, no degree: 21.2%
    Associate's degree: 10.4%
    Bachelor's degree: 21.9%
    Graduate or professional degree: 11.4%
    Rank (of all counties): 320/3,141


     

  • Idaho: Latah County
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    Idaho: Latah County

    Education index (out of 100): 89.7
    Less than 9th grade: 1.4%
    9th to 12th grade, no diploma: 2.6%
    High school graduate/equivalent: 20.1%
    Some college, no degree: 21.5%
    Associate's degree: 8.5%
    Bachelor's degree: 27.7%
    Graduate or professional degree: 18.3%
    Rank (of all counties): 52/3,141


     

  • Illinois: Champaign County
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    Illinois: Champaign County

    Education index (out of 100): 89.2
    Less than 9th grade: 1.6%
    9th to 12th grade, no diploma: 3.8%
    High school graduate/equivalent: 22.2%
    Some college, no degree: 20.6%
    Associate's degree: 8%
    Bachelor's degree: 22.5%
    Graduate or professional degree: 21.4%
    Rank (of all counties): 66/3,141


     

  • Indiana: Hamilton County
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    Indiana: Hamilton County

    Education index (out of 100): 91.9
    Less than 9th grade: 1.1%
    9th to 12th grade, no diploma: 2.9%
    High school graduate/equivalent: 15.7%
    Some college, no degree: 17.3%
    Associate's degree: 6.6%
    Bachelor's degree: 35.8%
    Graduate or professional degree: 20.5%
    Rank (of all counties): 17/3,141


     

  • Iowa: Johnson County
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    Iowa: Johnson County

    Education index (out of 100): 91.3
    Less than 9th grade: 2.7%
    9th to 12th grade, no diploma: 2.5%
    High school graduate/equivalent: 16.5%
    Some college, no degree: 17.2%
    Associate's degree: 8.6%
    Bachelor's degree: 28%
    Graduate or professional degree: 24.4%
    Rank (of all counties): 22/3,141


     

  • Kansas: Johnson County
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    Kansas: Johnson County

    Education index (out of 100): 91.4
    Less than 9th grade: 1.8%
    9th to 12th grade, no diploma: 2.5%
    High school graduate/equivalent: 14.9%
    Some college, no degree: 19.7%
    Associate's degree: 7.6%
    Bachelor's degree: 33.7%
    Graduate or professional degree: 19.9%
    Rank (of all counties): 21/3,141


     

  • Kentucky: Oldham County
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    Kentucky: Oldham County

    Education index (out of 100): 87.2
    Less than 9th grade: 2.3%
    9th to 12th grade, no diploma: 4.9%
    High school graduate/equivalent: 23%
    Some college, no degree: 22.5%
    Associate's degree: 7.5%
    Bachelor's degree: 24.5%
    Graduate or professional degree: 15.3%
    Rank (of all counties): 131/3,141


     

  • Louisiana: East Baton Rouge Parish
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    Louisiana: East Baton Rouge Parish

    Education index (out of 100): 84.8
    Less than 9th grade: 2.8%
    9th to 12th grade, no diploma: 7%
    High school graduate/equivalent: 27.4%
    Some college, no degree: 23.1%
    Associate's degree: 5.5%
    Bachelor's degree: 21.7%
    Graduate or professional degree: 12.5%
    Rank (of all counties): 330/3,141


     

  • Maine: Cumberland County
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    Maine: Cumberland County

    Education index (out of 100): 88.5
    Less than 9th grade: 1.9%
    9th to 12th grade, no diploma: 3.6%
    High school graduate/equivalent: 23.7%
    Some college, no degree: 17.7%
    Associate's degree: 9.1%
    Bachelor's degree: 27.9%
    Graduate or professional degree: 16.2%
    Rank (of all counties): 82/3,141


     

  • Maryland: Howard County
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    Maryland: Howard County

    Education index (out of 100): 93.9
    Less than 9th grade: 2.1%
    9th to 12th grade, no diploma: 2.6%
    High school graduate/equivalent: 14%
    Some college, no degree: 14.7%
    Associate's degree: 5.6%
    Bachelor's degree: 30%
    Graduate or professional degree: 31%
    Rank (of all counties): 4/3,141


     

  • Massachusetts: Middlesex County
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    Massachusetts: Middlesex County

    Education index (out of 100): 90.8
    Less than 9th grade: 3.6%
    9th to 12th grade, no diploma: 3.8%
    High school graduate/equivalent: 20.6%
    Some college, no degree: 13%
    Associate's degree: 6%
    Bachelor's degree: 26.6%
    Graduate or professional degree: 26.4%
    Rank (of all counties): 29/3,141


     

  • Michigan: Washtenaw County
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    Michigan: Washtenaw County

    Education index (out of 100): 92.1
    Less than 9th grade: 1.7%
    9th to 12th grade, no diploma: 3.6%
    High school graduate/equivalent: 15.6%
    Some college, no degree: 18.8%
    Associate's degree: 7.1%
    Bachelor's degree: 25.3%
    Graduate or professional degree: 28%
    Rank (of all counties): 13/3,141


     

  • Minnesota: Carver County
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    Minnesota: Carver County

    Education index (out of 100): 89.1
    Less than 9th grade: 2%
    9th to 12th grade, no diploma: 2.3%
    High school graduate/equivalent: 20.5%
    Some college, no degree: 18.4%
    Associate's degree: 10.8%
    Bachelor's degree: 32.7%
    Graduate or professional degree: 13.4%
    Rank (of all counties): 68/3,141


     

  • Mississippi: Madison County
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    Mississippi: Madison County

    Education index (out of 100): 88.5
    Less than 9th grade: 3.1%
    9th to 12th grade, no diploma: 6.5%
    High school graduate/equivalent: 16.3%
    Some college, no degree: 20.9%
    Associate's degree: 7.5%
    Bachelor's degree: 26.3%
    Graduate or professional degree: 19.3%
    Rank (of all counties): 86/3,141


     

  • Missouri: Boone County
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    Missouri: Boone County

    Education index (out of 100): 89.3
    Less than 9th grade: 2.1%
    9th to 12th grade, no diploma: 4.2%
    High school graduate/equivalent: 20.4%
    Some college, no degree: 19.5%
    Associate's degree: 7%
    Bachelor's degree: 26.1%
    Graduate or professional degree: 20.6%
    Rank (of all counties): 62/3,141


     

  • Montana: Gallatin County
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    Montana: Gallatin County

    Education index (out of 100): 89.9
    Less than 9th grade: 1%
    9th to 12th grade, no diploma: 2.2%
    High school graduate/equivalent: 19.5%
    Some college, no degree: 22.9%
    Associate's degree: 6.4%
    Bachelor's degree: 31.6%
    Graduate or professional degree: 16.5%
    Rank (of all counties): 44/3,141


     

  • Nebraska: Sarpy County
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    Nebraska: Sarpy County

    Education index (out of 100): 87.3
    Less than 9th grade: 1.7%
    9th to 12th grade, no diploma: 2.9%
    High school graduate/equivalent: 21.9%
    Some college, no degree: 25.6%
    Associate's degree: 9.5%
    Bachelor's degree: 25.2%
    Graduate or professional degree: 13.2%
    Rank (of all counties): 125/3,141


     

  • Nevada: Douglas County
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    Nevada: Douglas County

    Education index (out of 100): 83.9
    Less than 9th grade: 2.5%
    9th to 12th grade, no diploma: 4.5%
    High school graduate/equivalent: 23.8%
    Some college, no degree: 32.4%
    Associate's degree: 10.4%
    Bachelor's degree: 17%
    Graduate or professional degree: 9.3%
    Rank (of all counties): 442/3,141


     

  • New Hampshire: Rockingham County
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    New Hampshire: Rockingham County

    Education index (out of 100): 87.4
    Less than 9th grade: 1.5%
    9th to 12th grade, no diploma: 3.7%
    High school graduate/equivalent: 26.2%
    Some college, no degree: 18.8%
    Associate's degree: 10.2%
    Bachelor's degree: 25%
    Graduate or professional degree: 14.6%
    Rank (of all counties): 121/3,141


     

  • New Jersey: Somerset County
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    New Jersey: Somerset County

    Education index (out of 100): 90.9
    Less than 9th grade: 2.7%
    9th to 12th grade, no diploma: 3.2%
    High school graduate/equivalent: 21.2%
    Some college, no degree: 14.1%
    Associate's degree: 5.9%
    Bachelor's degree: 29.2%
    Graduate or professional degree: 23.8%
    Rank (of all counties): 28/3,141


     

  • New Mexico: Los Alamos County
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    New Mexico: Los Alamos County

    Education index (out of 100): 96.5
    Less than 9th grade: 0.8%
    9th to 12th grade, no diploma: 2%
    High school graduate/equivalent: 11.2%
    Some college, no degree: 13.5%
    Associate's degree: 7.8%
    Bachelor's degree: 24.4%
    Graduate or professional degree: 40.2%
    Rank (of all counties): 3/3,141


     

  • New York: Tompkins County
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    New York: Tompkins County

    Education index (out of 100): 91.8
    Less than 9th grade: 1.3%
    9th to 12th grade, no diploma: 4.1%
    High school graduate/equivalent: 19.9%
    Some college, no degree: 13.3%
    Associate's degree: 9.7%
    Bachelor's degree: 22.2%
    Graduate or professional degree: 29.4%
    Rank (of all counties): 20/3,141


     

  • North Carolina: Orange County
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    North Carolina: Orange County

    Education index (out of 100): 92.6
    Less than 9th grade: 3.7%
    9th to 12th grade, no diploma: 4%
    High school graduate/equivalent: 15%
    Some college, no degree: 13.7%
    Associate's degree: 5.9%
    Bachelor's degree: 26.1%
    Graduate or professional degree: 31.6%
    Rank (of all counties): 9/3,141


     

  • North Dakota: Cass County
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    North Dakota: Cass County

    Education index (out of 100): 87
    Less than 9th grade: 2.5%
    9th to 12th grade, no diploma: 3%
    High school graduate/equivalent: 20.7%
    Some college, no degree: 21.7%
    Associate's degree: 14.7%
    Bachelor's degree: 26.3%
    Graduate or professional degree: 11.1%
    Rank (of all counties): 149/3,141


     

  • Ohio: Delaware County
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    Ohio: Delaware County

    Education index (out of 100): 90.9
    Less than 9th grade: 0.8%
    9th to 12th grade, no diploma: 2.6%
    High school graduate/equivalent: 20.5%
    Some college, no degree: 16.9%
    Associate's degree: 6.7%
    Bachelor's degree: 33.6%
    Graduate or professional degree: 18.9%
    Rank (of all counties): 27/3,141


     

  • Oklahoma: Payne County
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    Oklahoma: Payne County

    Education index (out of 100): 86
    Less than 9th grade: 3.1%
    9th to 12th grade, no diploma: 5.7%
    High school graduate/equivalent: 26.4%
    Some college, no degree: 22.2%
    Associate's degree: 5.5%
    Bachelor's degree: 20.2%
    Graduate or professional degree: 16.8%
    Rank (of all counties): 214/3,141


     

  • Oregon: Benton County
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    Oregon: Benton County

    Education index (out of 100): 91.9
    Less than 9th grade: 1.7%
    9th to 12th grade, no diploma: 3.3%
    High school graduate/equivalent: 14.3%
    Some college, no degree: 19.6%
    Associate's degree: 7.4%
    Bachelor's degree: 29.1%
    Graduate or professional degree: 24.6%
    Rank (of all counties): 18/3,141


     

  • Pennsylvania: Chester County
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    Pennsylvania: Chester County

    Education index (out of 100): 89.5
    Less than 9th grade: 3.1%
    9th to 12th grade, no diploma: 4%
    High school graduate/equivalent: 22.5%
    Some college, no degree: 14.1%
    Associate's degree: 6.1%
    Bachelor's degree: 30.1%
    Graduate or professional degree: 20.1%
    Rank (of all counties): 55/3,141


     

  • Rhode Island: Washington County
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    Rhode Island: Washington County

    Education index (out of 100): 88.9
    Less than 9th grade: 1.6%
    9th to 12th grade, no diploma: 4.9%
    High school graduate/equivalent: 22.9%
    Some college, no degree: 17.3%
    Associate's degree: 8.8%
    Bachelor's degree: 25.4%
    Graduate or professional degree: 19.2%
    Rank (of all counties): 74/3,141


     

  • South Carolina: Beaufort County
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    South Carolina: Beaufort County

    Education index (out of 100): 87.1
    Less than 9th grade: 2.6%
    9th to 12th grade, no diploma: 5%
    High school graduate/equivalent: 22.7%
    Some college, no degree: 21.8%
    Associate's degree: 8.3%
    Bachelor's degree: 23.7%
    Graduate or professional degree: 15.9%
    Rank (of all counties): 138/3,141


     

  • South Dakota: Clay County
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    South Dakota: Clay County

    Education index (out of 100): 89.7
    Less than 9th grade: 2.2%
    9th to 12th grade, no diploma: 3%
    High school graduate/equivalent: 23.8%
    Some college, no degree: 17.1%
    Associate's degree: 6.2%
    Bachelor's degree: 26.1%
    Graduate or professional degree: 21.7%
    Rank (of all counties): 50/3,141


     

  • Tennessee: Williamson County
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    Tennessee: Williamson County

    Education index (out of 100): 91.8
    Less than 9th grade: 1.7%
    9th to 12th grade, no diploma: 2.7%
    High school graduate/equivalent: 15.6%
    Some college, no degree: 17%
    Associate's degree: 6.4%
    Bachelor's degree: 36.3%
    Graduate or professional degree: 20.3%
    Rank (of all counties): 19/3,141


     

  • Texas: Collin County
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    Texas: Collin County

    Education index (out of 100): 89.8
    Less than 9th grade: 3.4%
    9th to 12th grade, no diploma: 3%
    High school graduate/equivalent: 15.3%
    Some college, no degree: 20.4%
    Associate's degree: 7.6%
    Bachelor's degree: 32.3%
    Graduate or professional degree: 17.9%
    Rank (of all counties): 48/3,141


     

  • Utah: Summit County
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    Utah: Summit County

    Education index (out of 100): 90.6
    Less than 9th grade: 3.1%
    9th to 12th grade, no diploma: 2.7%
    High school graduate/equivalent: 15.5%
    Some college, no degree: 20%
    Associate's degree: 6.5%
    Bachelor's degree: 31.4%
    Graduate or professional degree: 20.7%
    Rank (of all counties): 34/3,141


     

  • Vermont: Chittenden County
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    Vermont: Chittenden County

    Education index (out of 100): 89.9
    Less than 9th grade: 2.4%
    9th to 12th grade, no diploma: 3.7%
    High school graduate/equivalent: 20.3%
    Some college, no degree: 15.9%
    Associate's degree: 8.3%
    Bachelor's degree: 29.3%
    Graduate or professional degree: 20.1%
    Rank (of all counties): 45/3,141


     

  • Virginia: Falls Church city
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    Virginia: Falls Church city

    Education index (out of 100): 100
    Less than 9th grade: 0.6%
    9th to 12th grade, no diploma: 1.5%
    High school graduate/equivalent: 6.5%
    Some college, no degree: 8.3%
    Associate's degree: 3%
    Bachelor's degree: 37.4%
    Graduate or professional degree: 42.8%
    Rank (of all counties): 1/3,141

    Note: Falls Church City, being an independent city of Virginia, is a county-equivalent.

     

  • Washington: Whitman County
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    Washington: Whitman County

    Education index (out of 100): 91.3
    Less than 9th grade: 1.1%
    9th to 12th grade, no diploma: 3.1%
    High school graduate/equivalent: 16.7%
    Some college, no degree: 20.2%
    Associate's degree: 9.1%
    Bachelor's degree: 25.6%
    Graduate or professional degree: 24.2%
    Rank (of all counties): 24/3,141


     

  • West Virginia: Monongalia County
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    West Virginia: Monongalia County

    Education index (out of 100): 86.7
    Less than 9th grade: 2.6%
    9th to 12th grade, no diploma: 5.8%
    High school graduate/equivalent: 30.4%
    Some college, no degree: 16.6%
    Associate's degree: 5.4%
    Bachelor's degree: 19.9%
    Graduate or professional degree: 19.3%
    Rank (of all counties): 173/3,141


     

  • Wisconsin: Dane County
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    Wisconsin: Dane County

    Education index (out of 100): 90.3
    Less than 9th grade: 1.9%
    9th to 12th grade, no diploma: 2.8%
    High school graduate/equivalent: 18.4%
    Some college, no degree: 18%
    Associate's degree: 9.9%
    Bachelor's degree: 29.2%
    Graduate or professional degree: 19.8%
    Rank (of all counties): 37/3,141


     

  • Wyoming: Teton County
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    Wyoming: Teton County

    Education index (out of 100): 90.5
    Less than 9th grade: 2.4%
    9th to 12th grade, no diploma: 2.2%
    High school graduate/equivalent: 15.8%
    Some college, no degree: 19.5%
    Associate's degree: 6.2%
    Bachelor's degree: 38.4%
    Graduate or professional degree: 15.4%
    Rank (of all counties): 35/3,141


     

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