By mid-August, one way or another, Buhner said each of the 44 students should have their grade and the district is prepared to write letters of explanation to the colleges or universities the students are planning to attend should they have any trouble explaining the situation.
As for the future, Buhner said the district has a plan in place for next year's AP exams. Multiple administrators will be responsible for signing off on an invoice that will be placed in each package of testing materials, he said. That way, when ETS opens the packages, they know the materials have been checked several times over by the district and the responsibility is in their hands.
Buhner said this ultimately would make ETS more accountable.
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