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ILLINOISREPORTCARDLOGO_300dpi.pngThe 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.

District special education data regarding the State Performance Plan indicators for students with IEPs is accessed through the IL Interactive Report Card link. After selecting a specific district, the custom report card builder button is used to select “Students with IEPs” and generate a PDF report​.

All versions of the Report Card can be accessed via ​​

Report Card Rundown Newsletter



Upcoming Webinars

What Does It Mean to Check Your Data

Over the past five years, there has been a paradigm shift in what it means to "check your data." It used to be that as long as your assessment corrections were complete, the data was considered done. Now, with multiple indicators on the report card and summative designation, it's no longer that simply. This session will explain how data is organized in various data systems, provide best practices for checking data, including which reports to pull, in what systems. It will review systems of record including the Student Information System (SIS), Entity Profile System (EPS), the IEP-Student Tracking and Reporting System (I-STAR), and Employment Information System (EIS), and Educator Licensure Information System (ELIS), as well data review systems like the Data Quality Dashboard 2.0 (DQD) and Data Review and Verification Tool (DRVT). This session is highly recommended for superintendents, assistant superintendents, principals, assistant principals, and all district staff responsible for the collection and use of data.

Register for the "What does it mean to check your data" webinarGo To Meeting Link

We are offering three options for this webinar:

  • 1 - 3 p.m. June 20
  • 10 a.m. - noon July 11
  • 1 - 3 p.m. July 11​



  • Graduation Rate and Exit Code FAQ​PDF Document
    This resource​ answers questions about graduation rate calculations and the use of SIS exit codes as used for Summative Designations, Report Card, and the special education State Performance Plan - Indicator 1.


ISBE has created a series of fact sheets and resources to help you prepare to tell your 2022 Illinois Report Card story. Review the resources below for support in how to talk about the new Equity Journey Continuum, your 2022 annual summative designation, and the accelerated growth your students may have experienced in 2022.

 District Communications

​ ​Illinois’ system of Support & Accountability helps us identify which schools need the greatest assistance to meet our shared goals. The system launched statewide with the 2018 Illinois Report Card.​

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