Stateline.org reports that according to a new report released by the Thomas B. Fordham Foundation, more than half of U.S. states received either a “D” or “F” overall for elementary and high school academic standards in math, science, and history. Nine states earned an “A” or a “B.” Of those states, California, Indiana, and Massachusetts all received “A” grades for all subjects, while four states, Hawaii, Alaska, Montana, and Wyoming flunked overall. The report examined each state’s standards and the guidelines for what each student was expected to learn for each grade or grade cluster…