AP testing irregularities reported at Park Tudor

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INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. – Testing irregularities are being reported at Park Tudor.

Materials for advanced placement English and computer science tests are missing.

A letter was sent to parents last week informing them of the missing materials.

“At this point, we are still gathering information and working closely with the College Board to resolve the matter and understand any potential ramifications. It is a priority for both Park Tudor and the College Board to bring resolution as soon as possible,” said the school in the letter.

All of the student tests are accounted for, but a representative from the College Board is investigating what happened. They released the following statement:

“We are committed to ensuring the integrity of each AP Exam administration and to delivering valid, reliable AP scores to students, high schools, and colleges and universities. Following testing policies and procedures is essential to ensuring a fair and standard testing experience for all students. We received a report indicating missing exam materials from Park Tudor School and are currently investigating. We cannot comment on an open investigation at this time.”

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