Wednesday, November 5, 2014
Daniel Altman
Press Secretary
(317) 232-0550

INDIANAPOLIS – Today, the Indiana Department of Education released 2013-2014 accountability grades for Indiana schools. The grades became public after the Indiana State Board of Education approved the placement of schools into their respective categories. The grades are attached to this email.

In response to this release, Indiana Superintendent of Public Instruction Glenda Ritz released the following statement:

“I want to thank Indiana’s educators, administrators, parents, and most importantly, students for their countless hours of work over the last academic year. This data shows significantly increased performance for our schools, particularly in schools that have been lower performing in prior years. I want the thank the Indiana Department of Education’s Outreach Division for their efforts in working with our Focus and Priority Schools.”

*Note to editors. The attached spreadsheets reflect changes from earlier embargoed data made to five schools, Christel House, Columbus Christian, King’s Academy, Guerin, and Hammond Academy of Science & Technology. The attached data includes the final grades.