CSCOPE tests to be pulled, changed following activists' online posts

Upon discovering that 30 CSCOPE assessments were published online, Education Service Centers, now known as the TEKS Resource system, says it plans to pull and re-write any tests that were to be used after the sixth week of school. Activists posted the tests in an attempt to expose what they say is biased, anti-American content in the CSCOPE plans.

“Not only the pro-Islamic, anti-Christian material—the revisionist of our American history. There’s no national sovereignty in it anymore. And it doesn’t matter if they’re gonna study America. They always seem to gear the study towards the Middle East for some reason," said activist Ginger Russell.

A TEKS Resource System official told the Statesman that the process of re-writing the tests could cost up to one million dollars.

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