NEW YORK — Which schools are best for learning to read and math?
The best schools for reading, math, science, and social studies are often located in the same school district.
Here are the top schools for each subject.
More than 100 schools are ranked by students’ test scores on reading, writing, and math.
The rankings are based on students’ scores on a composite test taken by a panel of educators.
Schools in these top 50 schools are selected from a nationwide list of 1,000 schools.
Here’s how the schools ranked in our list.1.
Massachusetts Institute of Technology5.
New York University6.
New Hampshire Institute of Developmental Disabilities9.
Boston University (ranked No. 1)11.
Yale (ranked 4)12.
Brown University (ranking 4)13.
University of Texas at Austin14.
University College London (ranked 6)15.
Harvard University (rank 7)16.
University at Buffalo (ranked 5)17.
University, Pennsylvania (ranked 10)18.
Columbia University (Ranked 5)19.
University in Geneva (Ranked 2)20.
University University of Southern Denmark (Ranked 3)21.
University , California (ranked 1)22.
Massachusetts College (ranked 8)23.
University Amherst (ranked 2)24.
University -Boston (ranked 3)25.
University New Brunswick (ranked 7)26.
University New Orleans (ranked 9)27.
University-Cambridge (ranked 14)28.
University East Bay (ranked 12)29.
University St. Thomas (ranked 16)30.
University Boston (ranked 19)31.
University Massachusetts Bay (Ranked 20)32.
University Chicago (ranked 23)33.
University New England (ranked 26)34.
University Dartmouth (ranked 28)35.
University Washington, DC (ranked 32)36.
University Virginia Beach (ranked 33)37.
University Pittsburgh (ranked 34)38.
University South Florida (ranked 35)39.
University Texas (ranked 38)40.
University San Antonio (ranked 40)41.
University Dallas (ranked 41)42.
University Fort Worth (ranked 43)43.
University Oakland (ranked 44)44.
University Houston (ranked 45)45.
University Kansas City (ranked 46)46.
University West Texas A&M (ranked 47)47.
University Oklahoma City (rank 48)48.
University Colorado (ranked 49)49.
University Sacramento (ranked 50)50.
University Columbus (ranked 51)Top 25 Schools for Reading, Math, and Social Studies in Boston, Massachusetts, and New YorkState University of New York-Binghamton, University of Massachusetts-Amhert, New YorkUniversity of Rochester, University at Albany, University Boston, and University of Florida, are ranked No. 5, No. 12, No to No. 3, and No. 8 respectively in our best schools rankings.
The list is based on the number of students who scored on the composite test for each area, which is based off the number who received their highest score on the state’s Common Core Standards.
For each subject, we rank schools according to a number of factors: the number and type of tests they offer, the average scores for their students, the number they have available for students in the areas they offer students, and the number students who score higher than the state average on the tests.
In addition, schools are considered to be “super-efficient” if they offer scores that are equal to or higher than those of the state averages.
We also take into account how often students are tested by teachers and the type of students they teach.
“There are no perfect benchmarks for learning outcomes, but these scores are the most reliable way to tell what kind of student is likely to be most successful,” said Richard Fisher, director of the Center for Learning Innovation at New York State University, in a press release.
The rankings include all schools in New York, Boston, and Massachusetts, but the best performing schools are also located in cities in New England.
Boston and New England are home to schools such as MIT and Harvard.
Boston College is No. 2, followed by Emerson College and Dartmouth College.
In the Northeast, Dartmouth College is ranked No, 3, Harvard University is No, 4, and MIT is No 2.
Tufts University is the only other top-ranked school in the Northeast.
The school has a high score on Reading, Writing, and Math in all three areas.
New York University is ranked 7, followed closely by Boston College, MIT, and Princeton University.
The top 10 schools in the country are:1.
Harvard (ranked 18)2.
MIT (ranked 13)3.
Princeton (ranked 11)4.