ALBUQUERQUE (KRQE) - The grades are in for the Albuquerque high-schooler whose Standards Based Assessment test vanished and then reappeared.
Mayrose Hoefler passed.
Hoefler was told earlier this week she had to re-take the 15-hour, three-part test needed to graduate because the one she took last April had been lost.
Now, three days after KRQE News 13 reported this, APS finally knows what happened to it. Turns out the answer booklet did not have a pre-printed label on it.
When that happens someone from the school is supposed to fill it out, but in this case did not.
Also, someone marked "Void do not grade' on Hoefler's booklet.
That usually happens when a student is given the test in the wrong language or for the wrong grade level.
This whole thing's been frustrating.
"They shouldn't have even had me take it," Hoefler said. "I think they should have a plan in place just because this does happens to other students, that if the test is lost they'll have an alternate."
Because she had to re-take the SBA test, Hoefler missed her regular classes, so she now has to catch up on them.
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