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Top education towns 2011: Median home prices $200,000-$399,999

Dreaming of a quaint seaside abode or southern celebrity enclave? You'll find plenty of options among these 10 best cities for great housing and top public schools.

Top education towns 2011: Median home prices $600,000-$799,999

Location, location, location: Homes in these cities aren't cheap, but they offer a wonderful lifestyle and top-flight schools.

Top education towns 2011: Median home prices $100,000-$199,999

From small heartland hometowns to sun-kissed coastal enclaves, these top 10 cities offer families stellar public schools and median home prices between $100K and $200K.

Top education towns 2011: Median home prices $800,000 or more

Clustered on the East and West Coasts, these cities offer wonderful public schools and plenty of other attractions, but be prepared for the sticker shock of million-dollar homes.

Top education towns 2011: Median home prices $400,000-$599,999

From southeast Florida to northwest Washington (with a few stops in between), these U.S. cities offer upscale homes, plenty of green space, and top-of-the-line schools.

Top education towns 2011: Median home prices under $100,000

From the Northwest coastline to the Ozark mountains, these top 10 cities offer affordable homes and stellar school districts.

The top cities to live and learn in the West 2011

What are most family-friendly towns in the Western states? From beautiful coastal hamlets to brainy college enclaves, we found the 10 best cities for housing and public schools.

The top cities to live and learn in the Midwest 2011

Looking for the most family-friendly metropolis in the Midwest? From pastoral prairie towns to patriotic 'burbs, we found the 10 best cities for housing and public schools.

Top cities to live and learn in the Northeast 2011

What are most family-friendly towns in the Northeast? From cozy coastal hamlets to bucolic bedroom suburbs, we found the 10 best cities that rank tops in housing and public schools.

The top cities to live and learn in the South 2011

What are most family-friendly towns in the Southern states? From beachfront beauties to swanky suburbs, here are the 10 best cities that rank tops in housing and public schools.

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