An Attempt To Analyze The State's A-F Grading Mess

Sep 11, 2015

Some say schools aren't allowed to receive grades this year. Others say there's no problem at all.
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There’s been much gnashing of teeth recently about the grades assigned to Indiana schools.

Some say a delay in releasing ISTEP scores should release schools from their letter grades this year.

Others say a loophole in state law forbids the state from assigning them this year. The state attorney general says there’s no problem at all. 

Here to attempt to sort out the mess are StateImpact Indiana reporters Claire McInerny and Rachel Morello.