Michigan's education department is pulling test scores out of the trash.
They have decided to accept Coloma’s MEAP tests from last fall, even though they previously ruled them invalid.
The state says Coloma Elementary did several questionable things, leading up to and during the MEAP tests.
However, an independent review team met with officials from the school and a lawyer, and decided to let the scores stand.
Coloma Schools staff will have to have extra training though before the next round of MEAP testing.