N.J. district cancels testing after exams are leaked on the internet

Friday, November 1, 2013

Testing of public school students in a New York City suburb was canceled on Monday after someone anonymously posted several of the exams on a public website, officials said.

The breach of test security in the Montclair, N.J., school district was discovered by a parent on Friday, leading to a “full legal investigation,” said Penny MacCormack, the superintendent. She said that only “teachers and senior staff here would have password access” to the secure web portal that contains the exams.

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