By Amy ZegnaPublished November 10, 2018 11:20:06When it comes to the best schools in the country, no one really knows.
CBS News uses its Top 10 list to rank the schools based on factors like their per-pupil spending and graduation rates.CBS News is currently ranking schools based off their graduation rates, and the top-ranked school in each state is highlighted in red.
It is a top-notch ranking, but it’s not the only one.
This ranking, by CBS News, is a combination of other rankings, such as AP Polls, that give a sense of how well the schools are performing in comparison to their peers.
The rankings, however, are based off data from CBS and other media organizations.
It’s hard to argue with this ranking, which is based on data from more than 20 million students in more than 200,000 schools in every state.
While there are no perfect schools to rank, the CBS list ranks schools based largely on how well they perform in the state they’re in.
CBS says it uses a number of criteria to rank schools.
One is graduation rates: This is based largely off the data from the AP Poll that CBS uses to evaluate schools.
It’s a method of comparing schools across states and states across schools.
Another factor that CBS cites is how well a school is doing in other states, including the AP Scorecard, a survey of teachers that shows how well teachers are doing in the states where they work.
Finally, CBS is also using SAT scores to rank each school, but they do not factor in SAT scores for the students in the schools.
This means that some schools might not be rated as highly, but many are rated highly because they are rated as high-performing.
There are some schools on the CBS List that are ranked higher than others based on the SAT scores alone, and it can be hard to tell which schools are the top performing and which are the worst.
There are some big, glaring discrepancies on this ranking.
In some cases, a school might be ranked very highly based on their SAT scores, but the AP rankings might be more important.
Here’s a look at some of the biggest, glaring differences.
In the chart above, you can see that Louisiana is ranked in the bottom three of the states, while New Mexico is in the top five.
However, Louisiana has a higher SAT score than New Mexico, but New Mexico has a lower SAT score.
In fact, both schools have the same score.
The AP Score is more accurate, but that may not be the case if you compare New Mexico to Louisiana.
If you look at the overall rankings, New Mexico does appear to be the most highly ranked school, despite the AP score being slightly higher.
New Mexico State University has a 4.2 average, while Louisiana Tech University has an average of 4.1.
In terms of SAT scores (and the AP scores), New Mexico ranks in the middle of the pack.
There’s also a large difference between Louisiana Tech and Louisiana Tech.
The average SAT score of the two schools is a 4,300, whereas the average AP score is 4,933.
In other words, the average SAT scores of both schools are high, but Louisiana Tech is rated higher by the AP.
But the difference in average SAT and AP scores is smaller in Louisiana than in New Mexico.
If this ranking looks familiar, that’s because it is the same one used by CBS when it ranked colleges and universities in the U.S. for the year 2020.
That ranking was based off of data from colleges that CBS used to rank their Top 50 schools.
That means that while the CBS rankings were based on what they knew, they were using data that they did not have access to.
The rankings used to be much more comprehensive, including what colleges are rated by the National Association of Colleges and Universities (NACU).
But since the list has been updated, the NACU has been removed.
And this list is still not complete, so it is not comprehensive.
Here is a look inside the Top 10 schools in each of the 50 states.
Here’s the breakdown of the rankings, by state:1.
Louisiana State University, Baton Rouge, LouisianaA 2.
University of North Carolina at Greensboro, GreensboroA 3.
University at Buffalo, BuffaloA 4.
University (Ohio State), Columbus, OhioA 5.
University, Cincinnati, CincinnatiA 6.
University/Purdue University Indianapolis, IndianapolisA 7.
University School of Medicine, New YorkA 8.
University University of Pennsylvania, PhiladelphiaA 9.
University College London, LondonA 10.
University Medical School of Berlin, Berlin