Byline: Carmen Greco Jr. Daily Herald Staff Writer
Whether it's called the Illinois Goals Assessment Program or the Illinois Standards Achievement Test, students in Benjamin Elementary District 25 usually perform well on state achievement tests.
This year was no different as school officials trumpeted high student performance on the new ISAT tests, which are replacing IGAP as the state's yardstick for student achievement.
"The scores that stand out are our math scores, and it's because that has been an emphasis in the district for a number of years," said school board member Lee Gerwin.
School officials are still becoming familiar with the new …