Dear DC Homeschool Families,
I want to keep you updated on latest communication from ACSI regarding test score delivery, even if it’s not the news we want to hear. Please read the letter below which was sent to me this week. I believe ACSI is working hard on our behalf to remedy this situation and provide accurate test reports. As soon as we have test results in hand, we will notify you and promptly mail them to you.
Dear Colleague in Christian Education,
Over the last several months, we have attempted to keep you informed regarding the status of the TerraNova 3 achievement test scoring results for the students in your school. To our dismay, we continue to have issues obtaining those scoring reports, despite numerous assurances of delivery made by the assessment publisher, Data Recognition Corporation. These delays are completely their fault and not ACSI’s—by their own admission. Regardless, these delays are completely unacceptable to us, just as they are to you.
On your behalf, we have aggressively undertaken a number of actions since this became more than just a brief delay in early May, including the following:
- Our legal counsel is deeply involved, advising us regarding potential actions to take to resolve this issue.
- We continue to demand for a swift delivery of all scoring results, paper and digital.
- We are committed to reach a resolution that will be satisfactory to you, our member schools (we know that you have trusted ACSI and we want that trust to remain).
- We are actively researching other options regarding testing publishers.
At the present time, the most current information we have received is that paper reports will begin to be processed, at the earliest, the week of August 14. And if we are notified that reports will again be delayed, we will keep you informed immediately.
Please feel free to share this information with your parent constituency.
Thank you for your understanding and prayerful support.
Please join us in praying the following from II Chron 20:15b—’Do not be afraid or discouraged because of this vast army. For the battle is not yours but God’s.’
In His service,
Daniel J. Egeler, EdD