"Teachers will have to make adjustments to their pacing documents and their common assessments and do the best they can to get students as prepared as they can between now and then," explains Chip Southworth, Scott County Schools Director of Secondary Education.
says postponing state testing, may do more harm than good.
"It will help on the state assessment testing.
If you push them back too far, right behind those you have National Norm Reference Testing and then right behind that you have most of our sophomores, juniors, seniors in high school taking advanced placement testing.
So, if you push it back too far, you're going to start pushing them back into other tests," comments Southworth