- Participation Rates
- School Rankings
- Test Scores
At the time of Indiana's first year of the voucher, Hoosiers were recognized nationally as having the largest first year voucher program in the nation's history. Indiana held on to that title in its second year as well.
You can see the growth in voucher participation by Hoosier families from year one to year two of the program.
Money the Voucher Program Sent Back to the Public Schools
2012-2013 Percentage of Voucher Students on Free and Reduced Price Lunch
Voucher Program Income Limits for the 2013-2014 School Year
NOTE: Based off of adjusted gross income.
* 90% of funding in corporation of residence. This is the same income cap as the Federal Reduced Lunch Program
** 50% of funding in corporation of residence. This is based on 150% of the cap for Reduced Lunch
*** 200% Federal Free and Reduced Lunch. Income levels are based on Adjusted Gross Income for the household
Tax Credit Scholarship Program Income Guidelines
- Based off of adjusted gross income.
- This is based on 200% of the cap for Federal Free and Reduced Lunch
- SGOs may set their income limits lower than 200%
- Income levels are based on adjusted gross income for the household
Indiana ranks schools' performances using the A-F scale. Here, you can find information on how Indiana's schools are performing.
To view a detailed list of how individual schools performed, click here .
Voucher Demographic Information
ISTEP+ Results Spring 2012
The ISTEP+ test is based on Indiana's Academic Standards and includes the following grade levels and content areas: English/Language Arts in grades 3-8; Mathematics in grades 3-8; Science in grades 4 and 6; and, Social Studies in grades 5 and 7.
Students Pass English-Language Arts:
79% of Public Schools Students versus
91% of Non-Public School Students
Students Pass Math Test:
81% of Public School Students versus
89% of Non-Public School Students