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Madison Public Schools Again Rank Among Top 50 in New Jersey

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MADISON, NJ - It's once again a happy new year for Madison Public Schools.  

In a just released 2016 report for Niche.com, Madison Public Schools have ranked No. 47 among New Jersey Public Schools, K-12 and among the best in the U.S. 

Madison has consistently ranked within the Top 100 public schools in New Jersey based on Niche.com.

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According to Niche.com, "Our rankings are different, and for good reason. We believe that the quality of a school or district should be measured, at least in part, by the parents and students who actually go there. They should also be measured by hard data and across a number of key factors so that no one factor dominates a ranking. Most importantly, they should be measured by their results. The most unique thing about our rankings is that they incorporate student outcomes."

Read the full methodology used by Niche.com; https://k12.niche.com/rankings/methodology/

To see how Madison's statistics measure nationally see; https://k12.niche.com/d/madison-public-schools-nj/

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