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INDIANAPOLIS–Report cards for schools in Indiana were released Wednesday afternoon by the Indiana State Board of Education.

About 85% of public schools in Indiana got a grade of C or better in 2018-2019.

Nearly a third of schools earned a B grade while another third of schools earned an A.

Those that didn’t do not have to worry about being punished for their poor performance. Governor Holcomb signed a law last month that requires a school’s A-F grade for this term to be the same as or higher than the 2017-2018 term.

“Consistent with the Governor’s request and the action of the General Assembly, these grades reflect the higher of last year’s or this year’s grades as schools and corporations are ‘held harmless’ from the potentially negative impact of their student’s performance on I-LEARN this spring,ā€ Board Chair B.J. Watts said.

The next board meeting is April 15.

You can see how your school did by going here