A total of 15 results found. Show Results on Map. The education index is an indicator of the average education level of the population. A higher education index value means more educated population.
|Rank||Average Education Index ▲||City / Population|
|1.||12.05||Mount Vernon, OR / 546|
|2.||12.33||Mitchell, OR / 122|
|3.||12.36||Spray, OR / 118|
|4.||12.78||Monument, OR / 125|
|5.||12.78||Fossil, OR / 395|
|6.||12.84||Lexington, OR / 232|
|7.||12.92||Ukiah, OR / 152|
|8.||12.97||Prairie City, OR / 1,074|
|9.||12.98||Dayville, OR / 146|
|10.||13.09||Long Creek, OR / 220|
|11.||13.10||Condon, OR / 601|
|12.||13.42||John Day, OR / 2,035|
|13.||13.50||Heppner, OR / 1,482|
|14.||13.57||Lonerock, OR / 35|
|15.||13.80||Canyon City, OR / 558|
Please note that we only rank locations with 'Average Education Index' data. The rank above might not be a complete list. Locations without 'Average Education Index' data are not listed.
*ACS stands for U.S. Census American Community Survey. According to the U.S. Census, if the date is a range, you can interpret the data as an average of the period of time.