WalletHub: New Jersey makes it into the top 3 of best school systems for 2022

WalletHub released its 2022 report on states with the best and worst school systems, and New York, New Jersey and Connecticut all made it into the top 20.
The report considered performance, funding, safety, class size and instructor credentials to come up with the best and worst states for school systems.
The top three school systems were Massachusetts, New Jersey and Connecticut, respectively. New York came in at No. 17. Louisiana, Alaska and New Mexico came in last. Here's how the tri-states ranked in other areas:

Quality and safety of schools in New York (1=Best; 25=Avg.):

34th – Math test scores

30th – Reading test scores

7th – Pupil-teacher ratio

37th – Median SAT score

6th – Median ACT score

27th – Percentage of licensed/certified public K–12 teachers

37th – Dropout rate

36th – Bullying incidence rate

34th – Percentage of threatened/injured high school students

1st – Existence of digital learning plan

Quality & Safety of Schools in New Jersey (1=Best; 25=Avg.):

3rd – Math test scores

2nd – Reading test scores
4th – Pupil-teacher ratio

24th – Median SAT score
12th – Median ACT score

4th – Dropout rate

12th – Bullying incidence rate

24th – Percentage of threatened/injured high school students

1st – Existence of digital learning plan

Quality & Safety of Schools in Connecticut (1=Best; 25=Avg.):

12th – Math Test score
3rd – Reading Test score
5th – Pupil-teacher ratio
1st – Median ACT score
12th – Percentage of threatened/injured high school students
11th – Dropout rate
18th – Bullying incidence rate
16th – Percentage of threatened/injured high school students
1st – Existence of digital learning plan