INDIANAPOLIS -- Scores from the first ever I-Read 3 test are back.
Dr. Tony Bennett, the Indiana School Superintendent, announced the results on Tuesday in Indianapolis.
Here is a break down of local schools:
The purpose of the test is to ensure students are capable readers by 4th grade.
"They're using data to drive instruction and it's data at the individual level. I think that's a common thread of successful schools and if we can scale that among all schools in the state, I think we'll begin to crack this nut a little better," said Bennett.
Students who didn't pass the I-Read will be tested again this summer.
For a complete list of scores, go to: http://www.doe.in.gov/achievement/assessment/iread-3.