Illinois School Report Card

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The Illinois School Report Card is a measurement of school performance administered by the Illinois State Board of Education. Each public school district in Illinois, including special charter districts, must submit to parents, taxpayers, the Governor, the General Assembly and the State Board of Education a school report card assessing the performance of its schools and students. The report card is an index of school performance measured against statewide and local standards and provides information to make prior year comparisons and to set future year targets through the school improvement plan.[1]

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  1. ^ "2009 Report Card Definitions and Sources of Data". Illinois State Board of Education, Division of Data Analysis and Progress Reporting. 2009. Retrieved 13 March 2010. 

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