Fresno, Modesto and Visalia are among the country’s least educated large metropolitan areas, according to a study released July 25. WalletHub compared the top 150 metropolitan statistical areas based on the percentage of adults with a college education, and other factors such as the quality of the area’s public schools and universities.
Fresno, Modesto and Visalia are among the country’s least educated large metropolitan areas, according to a study released July 25. WalletHub compared the top 150 metropolitan statistical areas based on the percentage of adults with a college education, and other factors such as the quality of the area’s public schools and universities. Debbie Noda Modesto Bee file
Fresno, Modesto and Visalia are among the country’s least educated large metropolitan areas, according to a study released July 25. WalletHub compared the top 150 metropolitan statistical areas based on the percentage of adults with a college education, and other factors such as the quality of the area’s public schools and universities. Debbie Noda Modesto Bee file

Study rates San Joaquin Valley among ‘least educated’ in nation

July 25, 2016 03:27 PM

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