(Ricky Carioti/The Washington Post)

About 81 percent of parents and 63 percent of non-parent taxpayers said they agreed or strongly agreed that Fairfax’s school system is a trustworthy institution. But only 39 percent of non-parents believe FCPS manages its budget responsibly, and 39 percent of parents believe that the quality of education has improved in Fairfax over the past two years.

Can you identify with numbers like these?

Tell us: How would you rate schools in your own district? What are the hot-button issues that would prevent you from giving your child’s school system a gold star? Tip us off in the comments below and your ideas could be featured in a future blog post.

Some questions to consider:

• Is your school system trustworthy?

• Do you think your school system manages its budget responsibly?

• Has the quality of education improved in your school system?

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