Welcome to the Accountability and Research Department. The Accountability and Research Department facilitates all assessment, research, and accountability initiatives within the district.
Illinois Report Card
The Illinois Report Card is an annual report released by the Illinois State Board of Education that shows how the state, and each school and district, are progressing on a wide range of educational goals. The Report Card offers a complete picture of student and school performance in order to inform and empower families and communities as they support their local schools.
There are three versions of the Illinois Report Card for the state, schools, and districts. The first version is the Classic Report Card. This is a static, printable, PDF version of the official Report Card. The second version is the Illinois Interactive Report Card or IIRC. This version is web-based, intuitive, and allows for users to view performance comparisons between school and districts, review trend data, and break data into subcategories. The third version is the At-a-Glance report, which is a two-page downloadable document containing a more graphic representation of key Report Card data elements.
All versions of the Report Card can be accessed via www.illinoisreportcard.com.
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Accountability and Research News
The Illinois State Board of Education has produced a Career Guide for the 2019-20 school year. This guide is meant to be shared with students, parents, teachers, and counselors regarding various career paths available in Illinois. This guide can be used to assist students in exploring careers and developing a personalized education career pathway.
This free digital copy of the Career Guide can be shared with students, parents, teachers, and members of the community.
2019-2020 State Universities in Illinois AT-A-GLANCE - comparative admission, cost, curricula and other relevant information about the state universities.
DISTRICT ASSESSMENT SURVEY
Legislation requires each school district to report information to ISBE, concerning the administration of assessments to students, at each school. The law also requires schools to make this information public via the school's district website, or distribution in paper form. Districts can comply with the requirements by linking to the assessment survey results. The survey will dynamically populate data submitted in the previous year for review, and editing as needed.
SAT Annual Reports
High School Curriculum Guide