Former Temple president named School District’s ‘testing integrity advisor’

    Former Temple University President David Adamany has been appointed the School District of Philadelphia’s “testing integrity advisor”

    The Inquirer reports Adamany was appointed to the unpaid position today by the School Reform Commission review the district’s PSSA testing procedures.
    This comes after anonymous reports from teachers about cheating, a state investigation and an announcement from state education officials that Philadelphia teachers will not be allowed to administer the PSSA test to their own students.

    Adamany will work with the state and district before submitting a final written report in 12 months.

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