By Christine Stuart
Early Wednesday morning, Department of Education Deputy Commissioner Ellen Cohen sent an email to every school superintendent in the state to let them know not to share the results of the Smarter Balanced Assessment Consortium exam with anyone.
The school superintendents have access to the raw data through an online reporting system that’s password protected.
In her email, Cohen warns superintendents not to share the information, even with their boards of education.
“Releasing results (including discussing with the press or sharing results at Board of Education meetings) [Read More]