IPS Innovation Schools get accountability grade boost from ISTEP growth
INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. — More Indiana schools are doing better. At least, according to the state’s accountability report. The report, out Wednesday morning, shows nearly two-thirds of Hoosier schools got an “A” or a “B”, up slightly from last year. Numerous schools went from a “D” to an “A” and six of the schools went all the way from an “F” to an A.
Two of those schools with such drastic improvements were IPS Innovation Network Schools launched by The Mind Trust, Phalen Leadership Academy School 103 and Riverside 44.