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Indiana Board of Education considering changing how schools are rated

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LOUISVILLE, Ky. (WDRB) -- The Indiana Board of Education is considering changing how it rates schools.

Under a proposal from state Superintendent Glenda Ritz, state officials would give individual schools an updated A through F grade, only if a school improved from the previous year.

Education Department officials say that's because standardized test scores are expected to go down with changes to the I-STEP exam.

Officials want schools to have more time to transition. 

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