The annual release of California public schools' standardized test scores will be delayed after it was revealed questionns were posted online, including on Facebook.
Standardized Testing and Reporting results, or STAR results, will be released at the end of August, according to the Contra Costa Times. That's a two-week delay, the newspaper reported.
A total of 442 images from tests given at 12 schools, including two in San Jose, were posted online, the Department of Education announced.
Other test scores will also be delayed.
The state is looking to find the source of the leak, the newspaper reported.
Here is a list of the schools involved:
- Castillero Middle (San Jose Unified)
- Glendale High (Glendale Unified)
- Millikan High (Long Beach Unified)
- North Hollywood Senior High (Los Angeles Unified)
- North Monterey County High (North Monterey County Unified)
- Rowland (John A.) High (Rowland Unified)
- Oak Hills High (Hesperia Unified)
- San Jose High (San Jose Unified)
- Mar Vista Senior High (Sweetwater Union High)
- Strathmore High (Porterville Unified)
- University City High (San Diego Unified)
- Watsonville High (Pajaro Valley Unified)