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How can I tell if a particular school is a good school?
First you must decide what characteristics you believe a ''good school'' possesses. Some feel small schools with low student-teacher ratios are most important. Others believe facilities and course offerings have the most influence; and yet, others may only be concerned with a particular test score. When evaluating education, it is important to remember that no single score, ratio, or measurement can quantify the academic soundness of a state, district, school, or student. The various factors that contribute to the educational process must be evaluated while paying close attention to their interrelationship. The Education Oversight Board and Office of Accountability strive to present a host of meaningful educational statistics, and readers are free to evaluate educational entities based upon the factors the feel are most important in the educational process.
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