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Governor Grades on Education Reform 2014

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After the 2014 election, 52% of governors (including Washington D.C. mayor) are considered education reformers.

Leaders are considered reform-minded or not based on where they stand on charter schools, school choice, and performance pay. These ratings do not just consider what governors have said about the issues, but also what they have done to champion reforms in their state. (See FAQ on criteria here).

 

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This chart lists the current governors and lays out where each of them stand on critical education reform issues. For more on governor races in 2014, please see Education50.

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