Most districts at or above previous levels in results delayed by ISTEP testing troubles




One-third of Johnson County’s public and private schools have earned higher grades under Indiana’s school grading system.

The grades were determined using a complicated formula few in the state understand and that will be replaced when schools’ grades are calculated next year.

Locally, 14 of the county’s 42 public and private schools received grades from the state improved, while the grades for nine schools fell. Marks for the rest held steady, according to data from the Indiana Department of Education.

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