Lawsuit filed over invalidated AP exams

August 6, 2013
San Mateo Daily Journal

Cotchett, Pitre & McCarthy, the firm representing the San Mateo Union High School District, filed a lawsuit against Educational Testing Service and the College Board yesterday to release 641 invalidated Advanced Placement test scores at Mills High School.

The suit, filed in the San Mateo County Superior Court, states that there is no evidence of misconduct by the students and no evidence that the testing irregularities materially affected the test scores.

It goes on to state that defendants ETS and the College Board adopted a “‘guilty until proven innocent’ position that would seem anathema to the concept of American justice.”... (To read entire article, please click HERE)