2023 ILEARN scores: See test results from your school

A woman in jeans and a black top with blonde hair stands in the middle of a classroom where several children are sitting at desks.
The 2023 ILEARN test scores for Indiana’s students in grades 3-8 show a small improvement from the 2022 results. (Amelia Pak-Harvey / Chalkbeat)

ILEARN scores for 2023 were released Wednesday, with Indiana students doing slightly better than last year on their overall scores.

In 2023, about 30.6% of students in grades 3-8 statewide scored proficient or better in both the English and math sections of the ILEARN state test — only a fraction of a percentage point above the 30.2% last year. 

By subject, 40.7% of students were proficient in English, and 40.9% were proficient in math. That’s a drop of half a percentage point in English and a 1.5 percentage point increase over last year in math.

See how students at your school did on the ILEARN test using the table below:

Aleksandra Appleton covers Indiana education policy and writes about K-12 schools across the state. Contact her at aappleton@chalkbeat.org.

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