NASHVILLE, Tenn. – Metro School announced that test scores for "end-of-course" exams will not be available this week, as originally planned.
According to officials the State Department of Education notified schools Wednesday afternoon that exam scores will not be available. Without the test scores educators will be unable to calculate the final grades need to award students diplomas
The Department of Education said however any student who took the EOC exam before this spring should not be affected.
Officials said that in light of the change student who were on track to graduate if they received a appropriate score on the EOC test will still walk the stage at the graduation ceremonies. After EOC grades are received this summer parents and students will be notified of the scores, and passing students will then be able to pick up their diploma.
Any student who did not pass the EOC tests will be able to complete a summer extended learning program. After successfully completing the program the student will receive a diploma.