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Chicago third graders see declines in math and reading scores on state test

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Fewer than 1 in 5 Chicago third grades exceeded state standards in reading and math on a standardized exam in spring of 2021.

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Fewer than one in five Chicago third graders met or exceeded state standards in reading and math on a standardized exam given in the spring — when a majority of students were doing most of their learning at home.

That’s compared to citywide proficiency rates closer to 40% in third grade reading and 33% in third grade math in 2019, underscoring the impact of COVID-19 on young learners in the nation’s third largest school district. 

The Illinois State Board of Education released district and school-level scores from the Illinois Assessment of Readiness, or IAR, on Thursday. The IAR is the annual end-of-year exam that districts administer to test how well third to eighth grade students are doing in math and English language arts. After waiving the assessment in spring 2020 as schools abruptly shut down due to the coronavirus pandemic, the state saw the 2021 scores as a way to measure the toll that the pandemic has had on students’ learning.

As with statewide scores, which were released in October, Chicago’s results show that, while the pandemic impacted all children academically, it hit English learners, Black students, and children with disabilities the hardest.

To see your school district’s composite score on the English language arts portion of the Illinois Assessment of Readiness, use our lookup tool below. 

In Chicago, the IAR results offer the most panoramic view yet of the academic impact from the pandemic since officials in July discontinued the district’s contract with the interim assessment provider NWEA. That decision has raised questions about how district leaders plan to fully take measure of where students are and what academic support they need. The vast majority of schools will proceed with an optional, interim test that is shorter and offers a quicker gauge of math and reading.

Prior to the pandemic, Illinois students had largely flatlined in reading and math, a data point that was already a source of concern. While districts across the state are still assessing learning loss from the pandemic year, initial data from the IAR and SAT shows the number of students overall meeting the state’s learning standards dropped 17.8% in math and 16.6% in English language arts.

Declines were sharpest for third and fourth graders, who officials say struggled the most with remote learning. 

Across three emergency relief packages, Illinois school districts will receive about $7 billion in federal dollars for pandemic response. It’s too early for a full accounting of how districts will spend those funds, but at least 20% must go to learning recovery, federal officials have said. 

The state board of education has given funding to school districts for programs to address learning loss, high-impact tutoring programs, efforts to close the digital divide, students’ social-emotional health, and hiring more teachers of color. 

Districts have so far invested in everything from beefed-up summer school offerings to smaller class sizes in early grades and additional academic specialists and counselors. One intervention gaining traction is high-dosage tutoring, a concept with a growing research backing. State board officials plan to spend $25 million to launch a high-dose tutoring program in early 2022. Chicago Public Schools, which is spending $525 million across two years on a package of recovery efforts, has said it is trying to build an 850-member tutoring corps among teachers and future teachers in educator prep programs.

The federal government gave states the flexibility to administer exams in the spring or fall of 2021. About 90% of Illinois school districts elected to take the exam in spring, but schools struggled to reopen classrooms due to the coronavirus pandemic, resulting in a drop in participation.

In Chicago, more than half of students took the English language arts and math portions of the IAR in 2021. In English language arts, 21.5% of students met or exceeded the state’s standards in comparison to 28% in 2019. In math, 17.5% of students met or exceeded the state’s standards in 2021, while 38% were proficient in 2019. 

In third grade, 18.3% of students met or exceeded the state’s standards in English language arts and 18.2% were proficient in math. Third grade is a critical year since it’s the start of statewide literacy assessments, and districts are held accountable for performance on those tests. Educators say that if students are not able to read by third grade, they will struggle to understand the curriculum moving forward.

When asked about the recent test scores, a Chicago Public Schools spokesperson said in a statement that the district was focused on “students engaging with grade-level standards-aligned, culturally relevant instruction.”

The statement continued, “The most important assessments for educators, students, and families during the school year are those closely connected to the curriculum.”

Chicago recently rolled out the Skyline curriculum, which is optional for schools and  includes assessments after each lesson, after each unit, and after a sequence of units to help better gauge what students are learning. Still, Pedro Martinez, the district’s new CEO, told Chalkbeat earlier this fall that he was grappling with the lack of consistent assessments across campuses.

Reading, math declines in districts statewide

The percentage of students who took the Illinois Assessment of Readiness varied widely per district, which distorts the picture, since fewer vulnerable students — such as those with disabilities or in temporary living situations — took the tests. 

But districts across the board reported declines in the number of students proficient in math and reading. 

In Rockford, the state’s third largest school district, where about two-thirds of students qualify for free or reduced lunch, three in four eligible students took the test. Proficiency rates in third grade reading, which were 14% pre-pandemic, fell further. 

In Indian Prairie, the fourth largest district, where fewer than one in five students qualify for free or reduced priced lunch, proficiency rates also declined, from 54.2% in third grade reading pre-pandemic to 42% on the 2021 test.

Declines for all students were most pronounced in math, while younger students showed a greater drop in overall scores and English learners saw the biggest drop of all groups, according to state officials. 

Dip in SAT scores

Scores on the college-entrance SAT exam slipped for Illinois 11th graders who took the test last spring but not at the same dramatic rates.

Statewide, 33.4% of Illinois juniors demonstrated proficiency in the English Language Arts portion of the test, with just under 30% meeting or exceeding standards in math, compared to rates of 36% in English language arts and 34.4% in math before the pandemic in 2019. 

In Chicago, where 86% of eligible 11th graders took the test, a higher percentage of students reached proficiency targets in English language arts compared to math. About one in four students demonstrated proficiency in the reading portion of the test, compared to one in five in math. English language learners, students with disabilities, and low-income students all scored significantly lower.

Illinois scores for English language arts
District County % ELA Proficiency Enrollment
City of Chicago SD 299 Cook 21.5% 338,956
SD U-46 Kane 20.2% 35,958
Rockford SD 205 Winnebago 15.8% 26,089
Indian Prairie CUSD 204 Dupage 47.3% 25,883
Plainfield SD 202 Will 32.6% 24,915
CUSD 300 Kane 26.7% 19,815
CUSD 308 Kendall 34.6% 17,010
Naperville CUSD 203 Dupage 58.5% 16,104
Valley View CUSD 365U Will 28.5% 15,333
Schaumburg CCSD 54 Cook 44.2% 15,179
Waukegan CUSD 60 Lake 10.7% 14,345
Springfield SD 186 Sangamon 22.3% 13,244
Aurora East USD 131 Kane 11.6% 12,982
Peoria SD 150 Peoria 14.4% 12,408
McLean County USD 5 McLean 32.5% 12,325
Township HSD 214 Cook 47.1% 11,895
Township HSD 211 Cook 44.7% 11,830
St Charles CUSD 303 Kane 51.9% 11,783
CUSD 200 Dupage 44.0% 11,742
Palatine CCSD 15 Cook 32.1% 11,477
Aurora West USD 129 Kane 20.7% 10,932
Joliet PSD 86 Will 12.0% 10,256
Champaign CUSD 4 Champaign 26.4% 10,019
Cicero SD 99 Cook 9.9% 9,934
Huntley Community School District 158 McHenry 41.9% 8,776
Decatur SD 61 Macon 5.6% 8,451
Elmhurst SD 205 Dupage 44.3% 8,319
Barrington CUSD 220 Lake 49.4% 8,163
Glenbard Twp HSD 87 Dupage 41.0% 7,918
J S Morton HSD 201 Cook 13.6% 7,661
Belvidere CUSD 100 Boone 18.3% 7,470
Cons HSD 230 Cook 39.4% 7,416
Edwardsville CUSD 7 Madison 36.6% 7,321
Evanston CCSD 65 Cook 34.6% 7,181
Moline-Coal Valley CUSD 40 Rock Island 20.0% 7,128
Crystal Lake CCSD 47 McHenry 37.6% 7,006
Lincoln Way CHSD 210 Will 49.7% 6,648
Joliet Twp HSD 204 Will 20.2% 6,642
DeKalb CUSD 428 Dekalb 15.6% 6,472
Round Lake CUSD 116 Lake 13.6% 6,472
Quincy SD 172 Adams 27.5% 6,324
Yorkville CUSD 115 Kendall 41.9% 6,266
Harlem UD 122 Winnebago 23.1% 6,233
Maine Township HSD 207 Cook 39.7% 6,182
Comm Cons SD 59 Cook 21.4% 6,081
Rock Island SD 41 Rock Island 12.7% 6,017
Wheeling CCSD 21 Cook 19.9% 6,002
Collinsville CUSD 10 Madison 19.9% 6,002
Woodstock CUSD 200 McHenry 37.8% 6,001
Alton CUSD 11 Madison 12.5% 5,803
CHSD 155 McHenry 42.2% 5,674
Granite City CUSD 9 Madison 5,657
Oak Park ESD 97 Cook 44.1% 5,599
Lake Zurich CUSD 95 Lake 47.0% 5,461
Arlington Heights SD 25 Cook 48.6% 5,262
CHSD 218 Cook 20.9% 5,257
Batavia USD 101 Kane 42.6% 5,184
Geneva CUSD 304 Kane 40.1% 5,153
Northfield Twp HSD 225 Cook 64.9% 5,096
Woodland CCSD 50 Lake 0.0% 5,065
Bremen CHSD 228 Cook 18.3% 5,018
Orland SD 135 Cook 45.3% 4,988
Bloomington SD 87 McLean 18.8% 4,978
CHSD 99 Dupage 46.8% 4,928
Kankakee SD 111 Kankakee 13.5% 4,925
New Lenox SD 122 Will 40.8% 4,922
Danville CCSD 118 Vermilion 15.7% 4,867
East St Louis SD 189 Saint Clair 4.8% 4,841
Downers Grove GSD 58 Dupage 0.0% 4,766
Belleville Twp HSD 201 Saint Clair 27.7% 4,657
Ball Chatham CUSD 5 Sangamon 32.6% 4,653
Park Ridge CCSD 64 Cook 50.5% 4,604
Niles Twp HSD 219 Cook 44.8% 4,593
Dunlap CUSD 323 Peoria 60.9% 4,577
Thornton Twp HSD 205 Cook 0.0% 4,543
Minooka CCSD 201 Grundy 29.4% 4,511
Maywood-Melrose Park-Broadview 89 Cook 0.0% 4,420
Wauconda CUSD 118 Lake 28.9% 4,325
Crete Monee CUSD 201U Will 13.4% 4,325
Glenview CCSD 34 Cook 42.7% 4,313
Central CUSD 301 Kane 42.8% 4,310
Adlai E Stevenson HSD 125 Lake 73.8% 4,275
CCSD 62 Cook 41.1% 4,263
Proviso Twp HSD 209 Cook 16.0% 4,214
McHenry CCSD 15 McHenry 24.8% 4,062
Kaneland CUSD 302 Kane 43.2% 4,031
Urbana SD 116 Champaign 12.9% 4,002
Hinsdale Twp HSD 86 Dupage 64.8% 3,979
Lyons Twp HSD 204 Cook 54.2% 3,975
New Trier Twp HSD 203 Cook 80.2% 3,971
Galesburg CUSD 205 Knox 22.4% 3,958
Mascoutah CUD 19 Saint Clair 48.7% 3,946
Troy CCSD 30C Will 34.2% 3,911
Triad CUSD 2 Madison 41.1% 3,880
Lockport Twp HSD 205 Will 38.3% 3,864
DuPage HSD 88 Dupage 35.5% 3,764
Warren Twp HSD 121 Lake 43.9% 3,742
Marion CUSD 2 Williamson 31.2% 3,706
Hawthorn CCSD 73 Lake 41.3% 3,698
North Shore SD 112 Lake 43.8% 3,681
Evanston Twp HSD 202 Cook 52.7% 3,652
Addison SD 4 Dupage 17.4% 3,644
West Chicago ESD 33 Dupage 10.3% 3,635
Hinsdale CCSD 181 Dupage 71.1% 3,606
Homer CCSD 33C Will 42.1% 3,598
Glen Ellyn SD 41 Dupage 46.7% 3,576
O Fallon CCSD 90 Saint Clair 40.7% 3,572
Sycamore CUSD 427 Dekalb 32.5% 3,533
Freeport SD 145 Stephenson 12.2% 3,487
Grayslake CCSD 46 Lake 35.0% 3,476
Kirby SD 140 Cook 38.3% 3,471
East Maine SD 63 Cook 27.8% 3,459
Belleville SD 118 Saint Clair 23.3% 3,449
North Palos SD 117 Cook 59.3% 3,428
Leyden CHSD 212 Cook 21.0% 3,421
Wilmette SD 39 Cook 58.7% 3,380
Oak Park - River Forest SD 200 Cook 62.4% 3,364
CHSD 128 Lake 64.6% 3,310
Twp HSD 113 Lake 63.3% 3,303
CCSD 93 Dupage 32.6% 3,300
SD 45 DuPage County Dupage 27.0% 3,284
Burbank SD 111 Cook 16.0% 3,275
Berwyn South SD 100 Cook 19.6% 3,268
Oak Lawn-Hometown SD 123 Cook 24.4% 3,266
North Chicago SD 187 Lake 12.8% 3,194
Cook County SD 130 Cook 0.0% 3,188
Mahomet-Seymour CUSD 3 Champaign 34.8% 3,170
Kildeer Countryside CCSD 96 Lake 58.5% 3,170
Thornton Fractional Twp HSD 215 Cook 13.3% 3,164
Pekin PSD 108 Tazewell 20.0% 3,149
Cahokia CUSD 187 Saint Clair 3,143
Jacksonville SD 117 Morgan 22.7% 3,119
Sterling CUSD 5 Whiteside 20.4% 3,106
Morton CUSD 709 Tazewell 59.7% 3,069
Lombard SD 44 Dupage 37.1% 3,020
Mattoon CUSD 2 Coles 23.6% 2,994
La Grange SD 102 Cook 53.5% 2,989
Bloom Twp HSD 206 Cook 2,832
Highland CUSD 5 Madison 41.4% 2,810
Homewood Flossmoor CHSD 233 Cook 28.7% 2,782
Deerfield SD 109 Lake 63.5% 2,779
Woodridge SD 68 Dupage 37.1% 2,744
Elmwood Park CUSD 401 Cook 26.1% 2,730
Minooka CHSD 111 Grundy 36.5% 2,695
Berwyn North SD 98 Cook 22.5% 2,685
CHSD 117 Lake 40.4% 2,651
Grayslake CHSD 127 Lake 44.2% 2,648
Chicago Heights SD 170 Cook 21.5% 2,644
Waterloo CUSD 5 Monroe 45.9% 2,619
Summit Hill SD 161 Will 41.7% 2,602
Prairie-Hills ESD 144 Cook 11.6% 2,599
East Moline SD 37 Rock Island 13.1% 2,596
Lake Park CHSD 108 Dupage 43.5% 2,587
Antioch CCSD 34 Lake 27.1% 2,570
Harvard CUSD 50 McHenry 11.8% 2,561
Zion-Benton Twp HSD 126 Lake 16.0% 2,531
Lansing SD 158 Cook 20.2% 2,526
Rich Twp HSD 227 Cook 11.1% 2,516
Frankfort CCSD 157C Will 76.4% 2,506
Aptakisic-Tripp CCSD 102 Lake 63.1% 2,500
Mannheim SD 83 Cook 23.1% 2,497
Geneseo CUSD 228 Henry 26.0% 2,482
O Fallon Twp HSD 203 Saint Clair 40.1% 2,479
Charleston CUSD 1 Coles 20.9% 2,473
Dixon USD 170 Lee 20.3% 2,465
Indian Springs SD 109 Cook 29.1% 2,449
Jersey CUSD 100 Jersey 32.2% 2,434
Marquardt SD 15 Dupage 20.5% 2,396
Berkeley SD 87 Cook 15.3% 2,379
Mt Zion CUSD 3 Macon 35.0% 2,373
Matteson ESD 162 Cook 18.2% 2,367
Lemont-Bromberek CSD 113A Cook 45.7% 2,351
Lake Villa CCSD 41 Lake 5.6% 2,340
Effingham CUSD 40 Effingham 26.4% 2,334
Dolton SD 149 Cook 8.4% 2,332
Herrin CUSD 4 Williamson 27.5% 2,321
Bethalto CUSD 8 Madison 31.1% 2,321
Ridgeland SD 122 Cook 22.9% 2,313
CCSD 146 Cook 35.5% 2,306
Plano CUSD 88 Kendall 22.1% 2,293
Taylorville CUSD 3 Christian 31.2% 2,285
Cary CCSD 26 McHenry 32.9% 2,280
Mount Prospect SD 57 Cook 40.7% 2,270
Flossmoor SD 161 Cook 27.4% 2,245
Bourbonnais SD 53 Kankakee 24.2% 2,239
Lyons SD 103 Cook 15.0% 2,238
Richland County CUSD 1 Richland 27.7% 2,233
Zion ESD 6 Lake 6.1% 2,223
CCSD 89 Dupage 48.9% 2,197
Canton Union SD 66 Fulton 22.6% 2,181
Bellwood SD 88 Cook 2,167
Carterville CUSD 5 Williamson 43.6% 2,152
McHenry CHSD 156 McHenry 30.8% 2,146
Libertyville SD 70 Lake 59.3% 2,127
Fremont SD 79 Lake 42.4% 2,104
Bensenville SD 2 Dupage 27.6% 2,090
Rochester CUSD 3A Sangamon 2,082
Coal City CUSD 1 Grundy 49.6% 2,078
Mundelein Cons HSD 120 Lake 34.2% 2,034
Il Valley Central USD 321 Peoria 44.6% 2,028
CHSD 94 Dupage 20.7% 1,990
Reavis Twp HSD 220 Cook 21.5% 1,956
Palos CCSD 118 Cook 57.3% 1,941
Hononegah CHD 207 Winnebago 53.5% 1,937
Dolton SD 148 Cook 0.0% 1,935
Beach Park CCSD 3 Lake 11.6% 1,925
Columbia CUSD 4 Monroe 38.5% 1,913
Kewanee CUSD 229 Henry 19.7% 1,888
Massac UD 1 Massac 28.0% 1,884
Homewood SD 153 Cook 28.4% 1,872
Bradley Bourbonnais CHSD 307 Kankakee 24.5% 1,872
Argo CHSD 217 Cook 20.2% 1,869
Macomb CUSD 185 McDonough 26.4% 1,869
Murphysboro CUSD 186 Jackson 10.1% 1,866
Evergreen Park ESD 124 Cook 32.5% 1,861
Manteno CUSD 5 Kankakee 34.7% 1,858
Gurnee SD 56 Lake 14.2% 1,851
Pekin CSD 303 Tazewell 24.6% 1,827
Oak Lawn CHSD 229 Cook 21.3% 1,815
Sandwich CUSD 430 Dekalb 31.8% 1,812
Northbrook SD 28 Cook 65.0% 1,809
Lincolnshire-Prairieview SD 103 Lake 68.8% 1,796
Ottawa ESD 141 La Salle 29.8% 1,759
Harrisburg CUSD 3 Saline 25.1% 1,758
Grant CHSD 124 Lake 26.9% 1,751
ESD 159 Cook 15.6% 1,750
Skokie SD 69 Cook 24.7% 1,737
United Twp HSD 30 Rock Island 17.1% 1,737
Queen Bee SD 16 Dupage 27.9% 1,714
Roxana CUSD 1 Madison 18.9% 1,714
Olympia CUSD 16 McLean 30.1% 1,697
Prairie Central CUSD 8 Livingston 31.8% 1,692
Kinnikinnick CCSD 131 Winnebago 47.3% 1,690
Skokie SD 68 Cook 24.5% 1,689
Johnsburg CUSD 12 McHenry 21.2% 1,678
Harvey SD 152 Cook 10.5% 1,666
Big Hollow SD 38 Lake 25.4% 1,664
Rantoul City SD 137 Champaign 6.0% 1,654
Riverside SD 96 Cook 53.6% 1,652
Manhattan SD 114 Will 38.1% 1,640
Clinton CUSD 15 Dewitt 30.0% 1,639
Herscher CUSD 2 Kankakee 32.3% 1,635
Bond County CUSD 2 Bond 27.1% 1,629
Mundelein ESD 75 Lake 22.4% 1,628
Winnetka SD 36 Cook 62.2% 1,627
Riverside-Brookfield Twp SD 208 Cook 45.5% 1,624
Lake Forest SD 67 Lake 47.8% 1,609
Monticello CUSD 25 Piatt 51.0% 1,600
Frankfort CUSD 168 Franklin 15.8% 1,581
Summit SD 104 Cook 1,578
Midlothian SD 143 Cook 12.7% 1,566
Hillsboro CUSD 3 Montgomery 35.8% 1,561
South Holland SD 151 Cook 7.5% 1,559
Robinson CUSD 2 Crawford 36.5% 1,558
Tolono CUSD 7 Champaign 36.4% 1,551
Rockton SD 140 Winnebago 45.7% 1,540
Forest Ridge SD 142 Cook 29.9% 1,536
Rochelle CCSD 231 Ogle 19.0% 1,536
River Trails SD 26 Cook 41.2% 1,535
Alsip-Hazlgrn-Oaklwn SD 126 Cook 27.1% 1,531
Carbondale ESD 95 Jackson 11.6% 1,518
Monmouth-Roseville CUSD 238 Warren 20.8% 1,507
Williamsville CUSD 15 Sangamon 45.5% 1,503
North Boone CUSD 200 Boone 21.1% 1,496
Western Springs SD 101 Cook 1,494
Mokena SD 159 Will 41.5% 1,494
Lake Forest CHSD 115 Lake 68.5% 1,489
Mount Vernon SD 80 Jefferson 9.9% 1,485
Park Forest SD 163 Cook 1,483
Genoa Kingston CUSD 424 Dekalb 31.3% 1,480
Meridian CUSD 223 Ogle 36.6% 1,476
Prospect Heights SD 23 Cook 37.3% 1,472
Byron CUSD 226 Ogle 50.2% 1,463
Oregon CUSD 220 Ogle 22.4% 1,451
Streator ESD 44 La Salle 15.3% 1,446
Eureka CUD 140 Woodford 56.0% 1,441
Wabash CUSD 348 Wabash 19.9% 1,420
Carmi-White County CUSD 5 White 35.1% 1,405
Vandalia CUSD 203 Fayette 25.1% 1,403
Chicago Ridge SD 127-5 Cook 17.3% 1,402
River Forest SD 90 Cook 58.5% 1,400
Lisle CUSD 202 Dupage 39.1% 1,397
Washington CHSD 308 Tazewell 43.4% 1,395
Steger SD 194 Cook 13.4% 1,393
Beardstown CUSD 15 Cass 4.4% 1,390
Lemont Twp HSD 210 Cook 47.6% 1,390
Fenton CHSD 100 Dupage 27.2% 1,388
East Peoria SD 86 Tazewell 21.0% 1,388
Will County SD 92 Will 38.3% 1,377
Du Quoin CUSD 300 Perry 18.1% 1,374
Keeneyville SD 20 Dupage 18.5% 1,371
Schiller Park SD 81 Cook 27.4% 1,370
Brookfield Lagrange Park SD 95 Cook 39.7% 1,350
Bradley SD 61 Kankakee 21.1% 1,348
Sherrard CUSD 200 Rock Island 30.0% 1,344
Flora CUSD 35 Clay 37.1% 1,341
Central SD 51 Tazewell 64.8% 1,339
Wesclin CUSD 3 Clinton 32.2% 1,322
Bloomingdale SD 13 Dupage 53.7% 1,320
Maercker SD 60 Dupage 44.9% 1,319
Darien SD 61 Dupage 31.7% 1,312
Riverton CUSD 14 Sangamon 16.1% 1,307
Carlinville CUSD 1 Macoupin 40.8% 1,300
Northbrook ESD 27 Cook 70.1% 1,293
Litchfield CUSD 12 Montgomery 34.3% 1,292
CCSD 168 Cook 5.1% 1,289
Franklin Park SD 84 Cook 31.1% 1,280
Paxton-Buckley-Loda CUD 10 Ford 28.8% 1,280
Southwestern CUSD 9 Macoupin 31.6% 1,274
Reed Custer CUSD 255U Will 36.0% 1,271
Peotone CUSD 207U Will 30.0% 1,266
Winnebago CUSD 323 Winnebago 37.8% 1,265
CUSD 201 Dupage 38.9% 1,259
La Grange SD 105 South Cook 47.3% 1,258
Mercer County School District 404 Mercer 23.5% 1,258
Pleasant Plains CUSD 8 Sangamon 29.3% 1,237
Country Club Hills SD 160 Cook 9.4% 1,229
Lincolnwood SD 74 Cook 31.5% 1,226
Staunton CUSD 6 Macoupin 27.9% 1,226
Posen-Robbins ESD 143-5 Cook 12.0% 1,216
Marshall CUSD 2C Clark 33.4% 1,216
Ottawa Twp HSD 140 La Salle 27.0% 1,216
Northbrook/Glenview SD 30 Cook 63.4% 1,211
La Salle-Peru Twp HSD 120 La Salle 26.1% 1,207
Shelbyville CUSD 4 Shelby 41.5% 1,206
Farmington Central CUSD 265 Peoria 28.3% 1,204
Westville CUSD 2 Vermilion 8.7% 1,201
Glencoe SD 35 Cook 64.3% 1,199
Whiteside SD 115 Saint Clair 20.5% 1,182
Wilmington CUSD 209U Will 46.9% 1,182
Jasper County CUD 1 Jasper 30.1% 1,180
Auburn CUSD 10 Sangamon 17.2% 1,180
Pana CUSD 8 Christian 29.0% 1,172
Channahon SD 17 Will 47.3% 1,172
Arbor Park SD 145 Cook 20.1% 1,171
Maroa Forsyth CUSD 2 Macon 37.8% 1,167
North Mac CUSD 34 Macoupin 21.2% 1,167
Centralia SD 135 Marion 20.6% 1,164
Gillespie CUSD 7 Macoupin 19.8% 1,161
El Paso-Gridley CUSD 11 Woodford 38.3% 1,158
Mt Vernon Twp HSD 201 Jefferson 16.0% 1,155
Sparta CUSD 140 Randolph 13.7% 1,145
Lawrence County CUD 20 Lawrence 25.0% 1,144
Pontiac CCSD 429 Livingston 15.0% 1,141
Sullivan CUSD 300 Moultrie 27.6% 1,133
Brookwood SD 167 Cook 14.4% 1,108
Riverdale CUSD 100 Rock Island 37.7% 1,108
Eldorado CUSD 4 Saline 18.8% 1,106
Pikeland CUSD 10 Pike 17.9% 1,101
Tri Valley CUSD 3 McLean 55.1% 1,101
Belle Valley SD 119 Saint Clair 29.9% 1,100
Hoopeston Area CUSD 11 Vermilion 14.4% 1,099
Center Cass SD 66 Dupage 48.2% 1,096
Morris SD 54 Grundy 23.7% 1,094
Millburn CCSD 24 Lake 39.6% 1,093
Lincoln ESD 27 Logan 38.7% 1,082
Princeton ESD 115 Bureau 30.7% 1,073
Hamilton Co CUSD 10 Hamilton 32.8% 1,068
Benton CCSD 47 Franklin 19.8% 1,068
Arthur CUSD 305 Douglas 35.4% 1,054
Worth SD 127 Cook 24.4% 1,053
Skokie SD 73-5 Cook 38.7% 1,051
Westchester SD 92-5 Cook 27.5% 1,051
Nippersink SD 2 McHenry 44.4% 1,051
Teutopolis CUSD 50 Effingham 60.1% 1,050
Mendota CCSD 289 La Salle 22.1% 1,046
Athens CUSD 213 Menard 42.2% 1,045
Beecher CUSD 200U Will 36.6% 1,045
Norridge SD 80 Cook 56.3% 1,039
Johnston City CUSD 1 Williamson 14.1% 1,037
Porta CUSD 202 Menard 29.0% 1,023
ISU Laboratory Schools State Of Illinois 65.8% 1,012
Rockridge CUSD 300 Rock Island 29.0% 1,010
Calumet City SD 155 Cook 8.1% 1,004
Red Bud CUSD 132 Randolph 34.5% 1,001
Cumberland CUSD 77 Cumberland 19.9% 997
East Peoria CHSD 309 Tazewell 14.4% 995
Carlyle CUSD 1 Clinton 30.0% 993
Deer Creek-Mackinaw CUSD 701 Tazewell 33.4% 991
Meridian CUSD 15 Macon 25.1% 988
Itasca SD 10 Dupage 44.9% 983
Wood Dale SD 7 Dupage 26.8% 979
Knoxville CUSD 202 Knox 19.7% 977
Marengo-Union E Cons D 165 McHenry 28.5% 977
Bureau Valley CUSD 340 Bureau 31.3% 973
Orion CUSD 223 Henry 38.7% 963
Dupo CUSD 196 Saint Clair 18.9% 963
Warrensburg-Latham CUSD 11 Macon 31.4% 957
Salem SD 111 Marion 42.8% 950
Carbondale CHSD 165 Jackson 36.1% 947
Schuyler-Industry CUSD 5 Schuyler 14.8% 946
Momence CUSD 1 Kankakee 13.1% 946
Gibson City-Melvin-Sibley CUSD 5 Ford 35.2% 945
Tuscola CUSD 301 Douglas 28.2% 938
Red Hill CUSD 10 Lawrence 37.5% 935
Chester CUSD 139 Randolph 32.3% 935
Sunnybrook SD 171 Cook 23.7% 928
Morrison CUSD 6 Whiteside 30.8% 928
Calumet Public SD 132 Cook 0.0% 925
Abingdon-Avon CUSD 276 Knox 19.0% 924
River Bend CUSD 2 Whiteside 26.0% 924
Oak Grove SD 68 Green Oaks Lake 61.4% 920
Limestone CHSD 310 Peoria 25.1% 920
United CUSD 304 Warren 21.6% 918
Central CUSD 4 Iroquois 23.4% 917
County of Woodford School Woodford 44.4% 916
LaGrange Highlands SD 106 Cook 913
Oakwood CUSD 76 Vermilion 19.2% 911
County of Winnebago SD 320 Winnebago 26.2% 910
Peru ESD 124 La Salle 29.5% 910
Heyworth CUSD 4 McLean 35.8% 905
Tremont CUSD 702 Tazewell 52.3% 900
Argenta-Oreana CUSD 1 Macon 22.7% 897
West Carroll CUSD 314 Carroll 19.2% 891
La Salle ESD 122 La Salle 13.6% 890
Gower SD 62 Dupage 60.0% 887
Havana CUSD 126 Mason 22.2% 887
Iroquois County CUSD 9 Iroquois 35.8% 886
West Northfield SD 31 Cook 54.4% 883
Rock Falls ESD 13 Whiteside 24.1% 878
Fieldcrest CUSD 6 Woodford 28.8% 878
Paris-Union SD 95 Edgar 44.8% 875
Midwest Central CUSD 191 Mason 22.8% 875
Pecatonica CUSD 321 Winnebago 49.8% 870
Hazel Crest SD 152-5 Cook 0.0% 868
Illini Bluffs CUSD 327 Peoria 27.4% 866
Diamond Lake SD 76 Lake 14.7% 862
Lake Bluff ESD 65 Lake 54.5% 859
Horizon Science Acad-McKinley Park Charter Sch Cook 23.3% 856
Rochelle Twp HSD 212 Ogle 22.0% 856
Iroquois West CUSD 10 Iroquois 30.0% 855
Centralia HSD 200 Marion 16.8% 854
Morris CHSD 101 Grundy 31.7% 853
Evergreen Park CHSD 231 Cook 23.6% 851
Washington SD 52 Tazewell 47.4% 848
New Berlin CUSD 16 Sangamon 21.1% 842
Morton Grove SD 70 Cook 50.2% 839
Salt Fork Community Unit District 512 Vermilion 28.6% 839
Georgetown-Ridge Farm CUD 4 Vermilion 19.5% 833
South Holland SD 150 Cook 10.2% 832
Pleasantdale SD 107 Cook 58.1% 830
Richland GSD 88A Will 0.0% 830
Central CUSD 3 Adams 17.6% 827
Casey-Westfield CUSD 4C Clark 31.8% 826
St Joseph CCSD 169 Champaign 54.2% 824
Galena USD 120 Jo Daviess 34.2% 820
Streator Twp HSD 40 La Salle 19.7% 818
Ridgewood CHSD 234 Cook 30.2% 811
Germantown Hills SD 69 Woodford 68.9% 809
W Harvey-Dixmoor PSD 147 Cook 807
Hoover-Schrum Memorial SD 157 Cook 806
Edwards County CUSD 1 Edwards 44.8% 804
Lincoln CHSD 404 Logan 27.3% 801
Lena Winslow CUSD 202 Stephenson 50.9% 794
Trico CUSD 176 Jackson 22.6% 793
North Greene CUSD 3 Greene 20.0% 785
Putnam County CUSD 535 Putnam 23.7% 784
Prophetstown-Lyndon-Tampico CUSD3 Whiteside 25.4% 782
Lincoln ESD 156 Cook 14.1% 781
Metamora CCSD 1 Woodford 51.6% 780
Rantoul Township HSD 193 Champaign 14.0% 779
Cass SD 63 Dupage 52.0% 778
Dakota CUSD 201 Stephenson 35.0% 773
Freeburg CCSD 70 Saint Clair 51.7% 767
LeRoy CUSD 2 McLean 32.6% 766
Harmony Emge SD 175 Saint Clair 20.3% 765
West Central CUSD 235 Henderson 9.2% 749
Saratoga CCSD 60C Grundy 54.6% 744
Peoria Heights CUSD 325 Peoria 15.3% 737
Somonauk CUSD 432 Dekalb 46.5% 733
Gallatin CUSD 7 Gallatin 34.8% 727
Gavin SD 37 Lake 16.2% 726
Prairie Hill CCSD 133 Winnebago 73.7% 724
Fairview SD 72 Cook 54.5% 722
Millstadt CCSD 160 Saint Clair 36.6% 721
Golf ESD 67 Cook 717
Christopher USD 99 Franklin 21.7% 717
East Alton SD 13 Madison 17.0% 717
Forrestville Valley CUSD 221 Ogle 42.4% 711
Indian Creek CUSD 425 Dekalb 28.5% 706
Brown County CUSD 1 Brown 27.9% 703
River Grove SD 85-5 Cook 26.3% 700
Amboy CUSD 272 Lee 26.1% 697
Avoca SD 37 Cook 61.1% 696
Princeville CUSD 326 Peoria 38.4% 692
Wolf Branch SD 113 Saint Clair 45.2% 691
Norris City-Omaha-Enfield CUSD 3 White 16.2% 690
Fox Lake GSD 114 Lake 11.1% 688
Midland CUSD 7 Marshall 46.2% 682
Eastland CUSD 308 Carroll 45.0% 681
Prairie Grove CSD 46 McHenry 41.8% 680
Roselle SD 12 Dupage 49.8% 679
Arcola CUSD 306 Douglas 14.9% 678
Pontiac Twp HSD 90 Livingston 26.4% 677
Hinckley Big Rock CUSD 429 Dekalb 34.9% 675
Medinah SD 11 Dupage 42.1% 672
Stark County CUSD 100 Stark 20.9% 670
Palos Heights SD 128 Cook 49.6% 669
Central A & M CUD 21 Shelby 19.2% 667
Salem CHSD 600 Marion 18.4% 666
Forest Park SD 91 Cook 27.3% 660
District 50 Schools Tazewell 11.6% 659
CUSD 4 Adams 22.6% 658
Marengo CHSD 154 McHenry 36.2% 657
Sangamon Valley CUSD 9 Macon 26.9% 655
Illini Central CUSD 189 Mason 19.0% 655
Altamont CUSD 10 Effingham 29.8% 654
Freeburg CHSD 77 Saint Clair 36.6% 650
Blue Ridge CUSD 18 Dewitt 24.5% 646
Erie CUSD 1 Whiteside 38.2% 642
Pontiac-W Holliday SD 105 Saint Clair 24.6% 642
Union Ridge SD 86 Cook 53.2% 640
Brimfield CUSD 309 Peoria 46.7% 640
South Central CUD 401 Marion 19.6% 636
Madison CUSD 12 Madison 2.9% 633
Illinois Mathematics & Science Academy State Of Illinois 629
Liberty CUSD 2 Adams 39.0% 625
Central CHSD 71 Clinton 34.0% 625
Fairfield PSD 112 Wayne 28.5% 624
Spring Valley CCSD 99 Bureau 20.9% 621
East Dubuque USD 119 Jo Daviess 41.8% 619
Elmwood CUSD 322 Peoria 36.7% 617
Silvis SD 34 Rock Island 10.4% 617
Anna CCSD 37 Union 33.8% 615
Wood River-Hartford ESD 15 Madison 19.0% 612
Goreville CUD 1 Johnson 31.3% 609
Serena CUSD 2 La Salle 27.2% 607
Niles ESD 71 Cook 606
Breese ESD 12 Clinton 41.6% 604
R O W V A CUSD 208 Knox 35.2% 604
Villa Grove CUSD 302 Douglas 19.4% 600
Rock Falls Twp HSD 301 Whiteside 29.9% 595
Benjamin SD 25 Dupage 42.4% 594
West Prairie CUSD 103 McDonough 22.3% 594
Winchester CUSD 1 Scott 29.2% 592
Lewistown CUSD 97 Fulton 14.1% 587
Bushnell Prairie City CUSD 170 McDonough 15.9% 586
Atwood Heights SD 125 Cook 25.4% 583
Richmond-Burton CHSD 157 McHenry 40.4% 580
Fisher CUSD 1 Champaign 31.8% 577
Nokomis CUSD 22 Montgomery 31.4% 573
Southland College Prep Charter High School Cook 37.1% 573
Bunker Hill CUSD 8 Macoupin 19.0% 573
Shiloh Village SD 85 Saint Clair 35.1% 573
Sesser-Valier CUSD 196 Franklin 24.4% 572
Horizon Science Acad-Belmont Charter Sch Cook 24.2% 571
Oblong CUSD 4 Crawford 23.5% 570
East Alton-Wood River CHSD 14 Madison 12.6% 570
Tri City CUSD 1 Sangamon 29.9% 565
Betty Shabazz International Charter School Cook 564
Ridgeview CUSD 19 McLean 13.2% 564
Nashville CCSD 49 Washington 19.6% 559
Dieterich CUSD 30 Effingham 45.5% 557
Grant CCSD 110 Saint Clair 21.5% 556
Bismarck Henning CUSD Vermilion 31.9% 556
North Clay CUSD 25 Clay 12.7% 555
Central SD 104 Saint Clair 19.0% 555
Unity Point CCSD 140 Jackson 38.1% 554
Durand CUSD 322 Winnebago 39.8% 552
Winthrop Harbor SD 1 Lake 17.7% 552
Rhodes SD 84-5 Cook 20.8% 548
Lockport SD 91 Will 35.4% 548
Pawnee CUSD 11 Sangamon 28.4% 541
West Washington Co CUD 10 Washington 32.5% 537
Stockton CUSD 206 Jo Daviess 40.1% 535
Benton Cons HSD 103 Franklin 27.3% 531
Princeton HSD 500 Bureau 33.3% 531
Paris Cooperative High School Edgar 22.4% 529
Smithton CCSD 130 Saint Clair 46.8% 529
Wethersfield CUSD 230 Henry 29.7% 527
Polo CUSD 222 Ogle 40.6% 527
Lebanon CUSD 9 Saint Clair 19.5% 523
Carrollton CUSD 1 Greene 25.2% 521
Hamilton CCSD 328 Hancock 38.9% 520
Western CUSD 12 Pike 27.5% 515
Mendota Twp HSD 280 La Salle 18.9% 514
Wayne City CUSD 100 Wayne 35.9% 510
Marissa CUSD 40 Saint Clair 14.4% 509
Anna Jonesboro CHSD 81 Union 19.4% 508
Zeigler-Royalton CUSD 188 Franklin 20.1% 507
Henry-Senachwine CUSD 5 Marshall 25.1% 507
Payson CUSD 1 Adams 17.8% 504
East Prairie SD 73 Cook 46.3% 504
Mt Pulaski CUSD 23 Logan 21.0% 502
Woodlawn Unit School District 209 Jefferson 28.1% 501
Hardin County CUSD 1 Hardin 16.6% 498
Pinckneyville SD 50 Perry 32.7% 496
Neoga CUSD 3 Cumberland 22.8% 495
Marseilles ESD 150 La Salle 12.3% 493
Salt Creek SD 48 Dupage 33.8% 492
Lexington CUSD 7 McLean 39.1% 491
Okaw Valley CUSD 302 Moultrie 28.5% 490
Calhoun CUSD 40 Calhoun 26.2% 490
New Athens CUSD 60 Saint Clair 53.9% 487
Komarek SD 94 Cook 29.2% 482
Pope Co CUD 1 Pope 25.3% 481
Cobden SUD 17 Union 20.7% 480
Mount Olive CUSD 5 Macoupin 16.7% 477
Crab Orchard CUSD 3 Williamson 25.8% 476
Butler SD 53 Dupage 74.8% 474
Creve Coeur SD 76 Tazewell 19.9% 473
Galva CUSD 224 Henry 14.0% 472
Ashton-Franklin Center CUSD 275 Lee 19.5% 470
Milford Area Public Schools District 124 Iroquois 25.9% 468
Sunset Ridge SD 29 Cook 63.2% 466
Kenilworth SD 38 Cook 76.4% 463
Pinckneyville CHSD 101 Perry 18.6% 459
River Ridge CUSD 210 Jo Daviess 35.6% 457
Oglesby ESD 125 La Salle 13.3% 456
Panhandle CUSD 2 Montgomery 27.0% 455
Pleasant Valley SD 62 Peoria 20.3% 453
Carrier Mills-Stonefort CUSD 2 Saline 10.5% 451
Dwight Common SD 232 Livingston 17.1% 450
Seneca CCSD 170 La Salle 38.5% 448
Cerro Gordo CUSD 100 Piatt 48.3% 447
Meridian CUSD 101 Pulaski 3.4% 445
Paris CUSD 4 Edgar 40.7% 441
Woodland CUSD 5 Livingston 19.6% 441
Cambridge CUSD 227 Henry 36.9% 441
Ramsey CUSD 204 Fayette 42.9% 440
Southeastern CUSD 337 Hancock 26.5% 439
Delavan CUSD 703 Tazewell 23.6% 439
N Pekin & Marquette Hght SD 102 Tazewell 29.1% 438
LEARN Charter 9 Campus in Waukegan Lake 19.2% 434
Hillside SD 93 Cook 13.4% 433
Ford Heights SD 169 Cook 2.9% 433
CCSD 180 Dupage 21.1% 432
Roanoke Benson CUSD 60 Woodford 49.6% 432
St Joseph Ogden CHSD 305 Champaign 41.3% 431
Prairie Crossing Charter School Lake 49.8% 430
Pennoyer SD 79 Cook 38.5% 429
Carthage ESD 317 Hancock 35.0% 428
Pearl City CUSD 200 Stephenson 33.5% 423
Sandoval CUSD 501 Marion 7.4% 420
St Elmo CUSD 202 Fayette 16.7% 419
Laraway CCSD 70C Will 7.3% 419
Grant Park CUSD 6 Kankakee 25.4% 418
Chaney-Monge SD 88 Will 416
Greenfield CUSD 10 Greene 22.3% 415
Fairfield Comm H S Dist 225 Wayne 20.2% 414
Hall HSD 502 Bureau 18.0% 414
Warsaw CUSD 316 Hancock 17.6% 411
Nashville CHSD 99 Washington 30.7% 408
Stewardson-Strasburg CUD 5A Shelby 44.7% 402
Hiawatha CUSD 426 Dekalb 23.8% 402
Galatia CUSD 1 Saline 27.5% 402
Seneca Twp HSD 160 La Salle 34.1% 398
Rome CCSD 2 Jefferson 30.0% 396
Steeleville CUSD 138 Randolph 25.6% 395
Colona SD 190 Henry 14.4% 393
Norwood ESD 63 Peoria 18.7% 393
Wallace CCSD 195 La Salle 35.9% 392
CUSD 3 Fulton County Fulton 31.5% 390
St George CCSD 258 Kankakee 48.8% 385
Aviston SD 21 Clinton 69.1% 384
Fox River Grove Cons SD 3 McHenry 42.0% 384
A-C Central CUSD 262 Cass 15.9% 382
Triopia CUSD 27 Morgan 27.7% 382
Lindop SD 92 Cook 17.8% 382
Egyptian CUSD 5 Alexander 8.8% 379
Earlville CUSD 9 La Salle 21.2% 374
Chadwick-Milledgeville CUSD 399 Carroll 38.9% 372
Warren CUSD 205 Jo Daviess 44.7% 370
Valmeyer CUSD 3 Monroe 24.2% 370
Willow Springs SD 108 Cook 25.1% 369
Elverado CUSD 196 Jackson 31.6% 369
Alden Hebron SD 19 McHenry 21.1% 369
Vienna SD 55 Johnson 47.0% 367
Brownstown CUSD 201 Fayette 30.4% 363
AlWood CUSD 225 Henry 25.7% 363
Shiloh CUSD 1 Edgar 12.6% 362
Harrison SD 36 McHenry 11.3% 362
Bluford Unit School District 318 Jefferson 23.5% 360
Intrinsic 2 Charter High School Cook 360
Tri Point CUSD 6-J Livingston 21.1% 359
North Wayne CUSD 200 Wayne 33.9% 359
Martinsville CUSD 3C Clark 20.5% 358
County of Union Sch Dist No43 Union 0.0% 356
Windsor CUSD 1 Shelby 20.9% 355
Bismarck Henning Rossville Alvin Cooperative High School Vermilion 20.2% 355
Heritage CUSD 8 Champaign 42.8% 354
Waverly CUSD 6 Morgan 19.1% 349
Central City SD 133 Marion 26.7% 347
Century CUSD 100 Pulaski 14.7% 347
Mulberry Grove CUSD 1 Bond 22.5% 346
Vienna HSD 133 Johnson 27.3% 344
Central Stickney SD 110 Cook 27.0% 340
High Mount SD 116 Saint Clair 19.6% 339
Griggsville-Perry CUSD 4 Pike 16.0% 334
Sandridge SD 172 Cook 333
V I T CUSD 2 Fulton 17.9% 327
DePue USD 103 Bureau 16.8% 327
Bronzeville Academy Chtr School Cook 5.3% 326
Annawan CUSD 226 Henry 28.4% 326
Elgin Math and Science Academy Charter School Kane 30.1% 324
Orangeville CUSD 203 Stephenson 51.6% 321
Beecher City CUSD 20 Effingham 27.8% 320
Waltonville CUSD 1 Jefferson 28.4% 319
Northwestern CUSD 2 Macoupin 11.9% 319
Cowden-Herrick CUSD 3A Shelby 20.6% 316
Hutsonville CUSD 1 Crawford 33.8% 314
Flanagan-Cornell Dist 74 Livingston 16.7% 314
University of Ill Lab School State Of Illinois 314
Pleasant Hill CUSD 3 Pike 11.3% 311
Virginia CUSD 64 Cass 34.5% 307
Illini West H S Dist 307 Hancock 26.9% 306
Lowpoint-Washburn CUSD 21 Woodford 29.9% 306
Thompsonville CUSD 174 Franklin 13.3% 304
Signal Hill SD 181 Saint Clair 26.8% 303
Palestine CUSD 3 Crawford 8.2% 301
Fairmont SD 89 Will 12.8% 301
Clay City CUSD 10 Clay 21.0% 298
Monroe SD 70 Peoria 53.9% 298
South Fork SD 14 Christian 14.6% 296
Williamsfield CUSD 210 Knox 40.8% 296
Astoria CUSD 1 Fulton 21.6% 295
Chester-East Lincoln CCSD 61 Logan 40.7% 291
Cairo USD 1 Alexander 1.9% 291
Bartonville SD 66 Peoria 11.3% 291
St Anne CCSD 256 Kankakee 20.1% 289
Edgar County CUD 6 Edgar 26.5% 287
Winfield SD 34 Dupage 42.8% 287
Emmons SD 33 Lake 43.8% 287
Morrisonville CUSD 1 Christian 22.1% 284
Shawnee CUSD 84 Union 11.7% 284
Cissna Park CUSD 6 Iroquois 283
Spoon River Valley CUSD 4 Fulton 36.1% 282
Summersville SD 79 Jefferson 40.3% 278
Franklin CUSD 1 Morgan 26.8% 273
Bement CUSD 5 Piatt 26.5% 272
Scales Mound CUSD 211 Jo Daviess 33.8% 264
Oak Grove SD 68 Bartonville Peoria 22.4% 264
Grayville CUSD 1 White 15.5% 262
Dongola USD 66 Union 9.1% 262
Riley CCSD 18 McHenry 45.0% 258
Field CCSD 3 Jefferson 16.0% 257
Rossville-Alvin CUSD 7 Vermilion 24.5% 256
Elwood CCSD 203 Will 55.0% 255
Mazon-Verona-Kinsman ESD 2C Grundy 21.5% 254
Carbon Cliff-Barstow SD 36 Rock Island 8.3% 254
Taft SD 90 Will 20.8% 247
Prairieview-Ogden CCSD 197 Champaign 35.6% 242
Selmaville CCSD 10 Marion 39.7% 241
Oakland CUSD 5 Coles 23.1% 240
Germantown SD 60 Clinton 59.0% 240
Leland CUSD 1 La Salle 15.6% 238
Spring Garden Community Consolidated School District 178 Jefferson 32.9% 237
Patoka CUSD 100 Marion 14.7% 236
Donovan CUSD 3 Iroquois 45.3% 236
Rockdale SD 84 Will 22.0% 236
Thornton SD 154 Cook 230
Joppa-Maple Grove UD 38 Massac 22.8% 230
Edinburg CUSD 4 Christian 7.5% 228
Dwight Twp HSD 230 Livingston 18.8% 228
Hampton SD 29 Rock Island 39.6% 226
Giant City CCSD 130 Jackson 62.3% 225
Iuka CCSD 7 Marion 61.5% 224
Newark CCSD 66 Kendall 46.4% 223
Raccoon Cons SD 1 Marion 40.4% 220
East Coloma - Nelson CESD 20 Whiteside 14.7% 220
Odin PSD 722 Marion 10.1% 219
Ewing Northern CCSD 115 Franklin 46.4% 218
Gen George Patton SD 133 Cook 3.2% 217
Riverview CCSD 2 Woodford 12.5% 215
New Simpson Hill SD 32 Johnson 31.1% 214
Scott-Morgan CUSD 2 Scott 20.6% 210
Rosemont ESD 78 Cook 32.8% 210
Montmorency CCSD 145 Whiteside 21.9% 208
Greenview CUSD 200 Menard 12.8% 207
Nauvoo-Colusa CUSD 325 Hancock 32.1% 203
Grand Ridge CCSD 95 La Salle 45.8% 202
West Lincoln-Broadwell ESD 92 Logan 23.4% 200
Meredosia-Chambersburg CUSD 11 Morgan 12.1% 198
La Harpe CSD 347 Hancock 16.0% 198
Bartelso SD 57 Clinton 70.6% 197
Limestone Walters CCSD 316 Peoria 37.6% 197
Rankin CSD 98 Tazewell 35.4% 193
La Moille CUSD 303 Bureau 8.8% 192
Gardner S Wilmington Twp HSD 73 Grundy 32.7% 191
Coulterville USD 1 Randolph 15.4% 191
Kansas CUSD 3 Edgar 27.8% 189
Pleasant Hill SD 69 Peoria 12.3% 189
South Pekin SD 137 Tazewell 16.1% 189
St Rose SD 14-15 Clinton 42.9% 187
Bethel SD 82 Jefferson 15.8% 185
DeSoto Cons SD 86 Jackson 18.5% 185
Dallas ESD 327 Hancock 19.1% 182
New Hope CCSD 6 Wayne 61.0% 181
Waltham CCSD 185 La Salle 53.0% 180
Deland-Weldon CUSD 57 Piatt 26.3% 179
Albers SD 63 Clinton 60.4% 178
Hartsburg Emden CUSD 21 Logan 31.3% 176
Jasper CCSD 17 Wayne 46.2% 174
ACE Amandla Charter School Cook 171
St Anne CHSD 302 Kankakee 17.4% 170
Willow Grove SD 46 Clinton 13.8% 169
Gardner CCSD 72C Grundy 19.5% 168
Newark CHSD 18 Kendall 40.9% 168
Burnham SD 154-5 Cook 9.3% 166
CCSD 204 Perry 11.1% 165
Grass Lake SD 36 Lake 29.7% 164
Ladd CCSD 94 Bureau 16.2% 163
Pembroke CCSD 259 Kankakee 9.1% 163
Miller Twp CCSD 210 La Salle 40.0% 161
Gifford CCSD 188 Champaign 31.8% 160
Bannockburn SD 106 Lake 72.3% 154
Robein SD 85 Tazewell 48.0% 150
Opdyke-Belle-Rive CCSD 5 Jefferson 33.7% 147
Bradford CUSD 1 Stark 42.5% 147
Brooklyn UD 188 Saint Clair 146
Rondout SD 72 Lake 67.5% 141
Thomasboro CCSD 130 Champaign 15.2% 140
Dimmick Community Consolidated SD #175 La Salle 37.4% 139
Armstrong Twp HSD 225 Vermilion 24.1% 137
Odell CCSD 435 Livingston 21.0% 136
Potomac CUSD 10 Vermilion 12.2% 135
Allendale CCSD 17 Wabash 42.5% 132
Lick Creek CCSD 16 Union 23.5% 131
Tonica CCSD 79 La Salle 22.2% 131
Hollis Cons SD 328 Peoria 58.3% 131
Saunemin CCSD 438 Livingston 26.3% 128
Prairie Du Rocher CCSD 134 Randolph 39.7% 125
Cypress SD 64 Johnson 14.8% 120
Ashley CCSD 15 Washington 31.7% 119
Damiansville SD 62 Clinton 37.5% 113
North Wamac SD 186 Clinton 25.0% 109
Brussels CUSD 42 Calhoun 21.7% 106
Union SD 81 Will 67.3% 105
Paw Paw CUSD 271 Lee 18.2% 99
Braceville SD 75 Grundy 3.2% 96
Lisbon CCSD 90 Kendall 79.1% 95
Cornell CCSD 426 Livingston 17.5% 94
Creston CCSD 161 Ogle 33.8% 94
Shirland CCSD 134 Winnebago 51.6% 93
Kell Cons SD 2 Marion 21.7% 88
Kings Cons SD 144 Ogle 36.2% 87
Venice CUSD 3 Madison 85
Malden CCSD 84 Bureau 37.9% 83
Urban Prep West Charter School Cook 0.0% 82
Geff CCSD 14 Wayne 26.5% 82
Nettle Creek CCSD 24C Grundy 39.3% 82
New Holland-Middletown ED 88 Logan 21.3% 80
Allen-Otter Creek CCSD 65 La Salle 16.7% 79
IDJJ Sch Dist 428 Dept Of Corrections 79
Tamaroa School Dist 5 Perry 26.8% 78
South Wilmington CCSD 74 Grundy 25.9% 76
Armstrong-Ellis Cons SD 61 Vermilion 27.5% 75
Grand Prairie CCSD 6 Jefferson 11.4% 73
Rutland CCSD 230 La Salle 46.7% 71
Ohio CCSD 17 Bureau 31.7% 69
Deer Park CCSD 82 La Salle 33.3% 69
Eswood CCSD 269 Ogle 41.5% 68
Dalzell SD 98 Bureau 72.1% 62
Oakdale CCSD 1 Washington 28.2% 60
Crescent Iroquois CUSD 249 Iroquois 60
Irvington CCSD 11 Washington 9.1% 59
Farrington CCSD 99 Jefferson 37.1% 58
Ludlow CCSD 142 Champaign 5.4% 56
Buncombe Cons SD 43 Johnson 2.9% 56
Akin CCSD 91 Franklin 44.2% 55
St Libory Cons SD 30 Saint Clair 41.0% 54
Lostant CUSD 425 La Salle 32.4% 53
Rooks Creek CCSD 425 Livingston 33.3% 51
Steward ESD 220 Lee 51
McClellan CCSD 12 Jefferson 26.9% 46
Spring Lake CCSD 606 Tazewell 39.5% 37
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