When Missouri releases its standardized test scores, it’s always a tense week for some school districts.
But this year two area districts are both tense and confused.
The confusion for Kansas City Public Schools and the Hickman Mills School District comes because the state changed its standardized tests.
Both districts are provisionally accredited and hoping for full accreditation following this year’s results which will be publicly released Tuesday.
However, the state says because of the change, a year-to-year comparison would be almost useless.