Parents should know more about the Spring 2013 ISTEP results on Monday.
It's been suggested that Indiana toss out nearly 1,400 ISTEP scores because of computer glitches.
State Superintendent Glenda Ritz knows there is a lot at stake with the scores.
Many became concerned when thousands of students were interrupted by those glitches while taking the test.
A half-million students in Indiana took the test, but 1,100 of those in Math and 260 in Language Arts will be in-validated.
"Most interruptions were in the area of math," said Ritz. "If the student was invalidated, it might say a total score invalid, but we are reporting out all the information involving those in math."
Parents will be given a code to use online to access their child's student information.
There is only one more year of ISTEP before the state switches to a new test.
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