Question: When will parents receive their children's state test scores?
Answer: Individual students' state test scores are not mailed from Broadalbin-Perth; they're mailed from the Northeast Regional Information Center (NERIC), which handles these kinds of mailings for many of the school districts in its service area. However, the state has not yet released individual student reports to NERIC, so we don't yet have a sense of when those scores will be mailed to families.
That being said, our schools do have students' scaled scores. Parents are welcome to call their child's principal or guidance counselor to receive their child's score. The reports that parents receive in the mail will provide more details, in addition to your child's score.
- answered by Stephen Tomlinson, superintendent of schools
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