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Indiana third- through eighth-graders scored dramatically lower on the retooled ISTEP for 2014-15. The test was remade to match new state standards approved in 2014.

Statewide, 53.5 percent of test-takers passed both the English and math portions of ISTEP, down from 74.7 the prior year, according to data released today by the Indiana Department of Education. To see specific data on your school, use the search tool below.

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