{{CurrentPage.Topics.DisplayName}} {{CurrentPage.Subtopic_x0020_Level_x0020_1}}

{{CurrentPage.Title}}

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 was redesigned in 2013 to be more user-friendly and to provide data on a wider range of indicators than previous versions. ​The Report Card now offers a more complete picture of student and school performance in order to inform and empower families and communities as they support their local schools. 

There are two versions of the Illinois Report Card for the state, schools, and districts. The first version is the Classic Report Card, also known as the eReport Card. This is a static 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.



​​Report Card Rundown Newsletter Is Here!

Illinois Report Card Rundown Newsletter



Check out the Report Card Rundown -- A monthly data newsletter that outlines all of the Report Card data information districts need to know, including data system openings and closings, deadline reminders, key information regarding changes and updates to the upcoming Report Card, and how districts and schools are using the Report Card to ignite conversations!​


 Additional Resources

​Illinois Report Card Engagement Session Process Manual
The Illinois Report Card Engagement Process Manual was created to assist schools, districts, and community organizations in holding their own Report Card Engagement Sessions to gather feedback from students, families and community partners about information shared on the Illinois Report Card. Send the feedback you receive from your sessions by emailing reportcard@isbe.net​. The information gathered through these stakeholder meetings will help inform how we share new data on school performance in a way that is accessible, useful, and valid.
This page has been archived. The content on this page may no longer be in effect.
This page has been archived. The content on this page may no longer be in effect.

Contact Information