The Illinois School Report Card is a measurement of school performance created by the Illinois State Board of Education. Every public school in Illinois has a card published that lists data about school demographics, salaries and test performance.
The Illinois Interactive Report Card website presents results of state academic performance tests for all public schools and districts in Illinois for the years 1999-2008 in easy-to-understand graphs and tables.
Submission of a School Improvement Plan (SIP)is required by federal and state regulations for schools that are in academic status. The plan must cover two fiscal years (e.g. FY09-FY10) and must be revised every two years while the school remains in status.