School says principal tampered with writing exam |

School says principal tampered with writing exam

WESTMINSTER ” The Colorado Department of Education says the writing scores of a test given to 300 Westminster sixth graders will be tossed because the principal allegedly told teachers what would appear on the exam ahead of time.

State school officials say that violated protocol for the Colorado Student Assessment Program exam, also known as CSAP. Silver Hills Middle School principal Tracy Webber was put on paid administrative leave and district superintendent Mike Paskewicz told parents in a letter Friday that she “will not be returning to the school.”

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