Indiana replaces school A-F ratings in favor of new report cards
Unlike student report cards, the replacement for A through F ratings for schools will focus on information like standardized testing pass rates, graduation rates and the percentage of students enrolled in Advanced Placement and dual credit courses.
The state wants Indiana schools to be more transparent when it comes to school performance. In the next month, accountability and performance report cards will be published online for all public and state-accredited non-public schools.
The report cards will replace the …