Hoosier parents should have access to their children’s ISTEP+ results from the spring round of testing.
That was the block of online testing that saw thousands of children locked out or tossed out of the system because of server problems with the state’s vendor, CTB/McGraw-Hill.
Parents can access their children’s scores online at a state website and must have a Parent Network access code, said Diane Altemeyer of Seymour Community Schools.
Altemeyer is principal at Cortland Elementary School and test coordinator for the district.
Altemeyer’s advice to parents is simple.
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