The Treasury department said its encountered additional delays in delivering MEAP scores to about 480,000 students statewide. The delays mean parents may see scores about two months after they were first promised.
Treasury spokesperson, Terry Stanton said they would rather be sure the scores are accurate rather than expedite results that could be incorrect.
Stanton said the delays built up from a delay in MEAP testing materials in January and difficulty with assembling the results into a new database the state will use to individually track student MEAP progression.
The treasury says results will be distributed to schools in July and parents can expect results by mid July.
Delays will only impact grades 4,5, 7 and 8.