Students To Take Alternative Forms Of MEAP Tests
HEARTLAND TWP. (WWJ/AP) – Students at a Livingston County elementary school will take alternate forms of the state MEAP tests after investigators determined security was breached on one or more of the exams.
Local reports indicate that state education investigators received an anonymous tip earlier this week involving Creekside Elementary in Hartland Township.
Education spokesman Martin Ackley said in a release that the school will be given the alternate tests beginning Tuesday. State Education representatives will deliver the replacement tests to the school and monitor testing of third- and fourth-grade students.
The state investigation has not been completed.
The Associated Press contributed to this report.