The Indiana State Board of Education released 2017 A-F school grades at its meeting today.
The grades come after many schools saw ISTEP scores stay pretty much the same compared to last year. Like last year, this year’s grades were calculated using a model based on more than just how many kids passed the test — the state is giving equal weight to whether students improved from one year to the next as well.
Here’s how state grades broke down this year:
A: 620 schools, 29.5 percent
B: 688 schools, 32.7 percent
C: 454 schools, 21.6 percent
D: 190 schools, 9 percent
F: 124 schools, 5.9 percent
No grade: 28 schools, 1.3 percent
To see how your school fared compared to 2016, check out our searchable database below.