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2014 A-F Grades Compared To Previous Years

    First, the good news.

    More As, fewer Fs. That’s the biggest takeaway from the release of school A-F grades, and a trend we’ve seen the last few years. More than half (51 percent) of the state’s schools are now A schools, the highest number in the last few years.

    (Search your schools 2014 A-F scores on our sortable table.)

    A-F Grade Distribution

    Information from Indiana Department of Education

    With a new assessment and a new way to calculate A-F grades on the way, next years scores are expected to drop across the board. Right now, the State Board of Education and Department of Education have not established either entity.


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