After Jefferson County Public Schools mailed around 6,500 ACT Explore 8th grade test scores to wrong addresses, the district is now asking parents to shred tests they’ve received that contain another child’s score.
JCPS officials recognized the error on Wednesday after parents called, wondering why they were mailed scores for children who weren’t theirs.
“Parents are trying to be helpful. They’re calling us and saying the wrong score is there. And the thing that gets me is we have the student name on the envelope, which is the report that’s in the envelope, but we have the address of another student,” said Robert Rodosky, with JCPS accountability.
The district used normal mailing procedures, but somewhere along the line a mistake was made, he said.
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