Errors have been found in final standardized test results sent this month to schools statewide and now Oklahoma schools Superintendent Janet Barresi wants a review of the contract with a testing company.
According to the Associated Press, the errors by Pearson Education Inc. were discovered after many districts received what was called the final data.
“There were a significant number of mistakes made by Pearson in the areas of student categories and even missing test questions in student test booklets,” Guthrie Superintendent Terry Simpson said.
The data can lead to schools being placed on a list of poor-performers while reading scores determines if a senior graduates high school and if students can receive a driver’s license.
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