For better or worse, higher education still plays a big role in American life. While some might just see a degree as a status symbol, the truth is that certain degrees can have a real and positive impact on an individual's earning potential, and the education level of the population as a whole can affect the entire country's economic stability.
Today, we're taking a look at the results of a CityLab study on America's most and least educated cities. Their rankings are based on several different factors--including things like residents with college degrees and how that number changes over time. Did your city make the best or worst list?