Hoosier school districts are now working with ISTEP results.
However school leaders in Oregon-Davis Schools in Hamlet are questioning how accurate the scores are after facing several interruptions.
Oregon-Davis was one of two of the districts in Northern Indiana with the highest number of ISTEP interruptions when the testing system incurred glitches.
33 percent of the students were kicked off their computers while trying to take tests.
Once the ISTEP results were released the district learned 68 of the students passed.
The superintendent however questioned if they couldn't have done better if there weren't computer glitches that occurred while testing.
“A large percentage of that was 8th grade, and then our 8th grade has low scores. I'm not going to say that it’s all the teachers. I'm not going to say it's all the glitches. But having said, that there is concern,” says Interim Superintendent Greg Briles.
All schools must submit an improvement plan by the end of this month.
As a small district Oregon-Davis has the luxury to examine individual test scores for each student and teacher and work to improve them.