A Peninsula high school will hold a community meeting Wednesday night to talk to parents about the recent invalidation of students advanced placement test scores.
The San Mateo Unified School Board has decided to pursue legal action against the Educational Testing Service and The College Board.
The ETS recently told Mills High School it would invalidate the Advanced Placement test scores of hundreds of students, saying the school did not follow the strict seating rules for the test.
The district has hired an outside law firm to work on the issue.
Wednesday’s community meeting is at 7 p.m. at the Mills High School gym in Millbrae.