(Richmond, IN)--The Richmond Community School system issued a statement Wednesday in conjunction with the state’s release of ILEARN results. Richmond finished well below the state average of 37% of students rated as proficient in math and English. RCS’s number was 16%. The statement says that scores released do not include student growth data and that it’s frustrating that the scores do not reflect the hard work of teachers and students. Todd Terrill is joining other superintendents statewide in calling on legislators to review the practice of evaluating students and teachers based on standardized tests.