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Topic: parent complaint avenues
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Registered: 5/18/11
RE: parent complaint avenues
Posted: Jun 20, 2011 4:28 PM
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This is the response I received from my RIC:

I suggest that you refer this to the Office of Assessment Policy,
Development and Administration (formerly known as the Office of State
Assessment-OSA). Their email address is .
I would be curious as to any response the parent receives, and how long
it takes.


Joseph P. Stern

Program Administrator, Student Data Services

Education and Information Support Services

Eastern Suffolk BOCES

15 Andrea Road, Holbrook, NY 11741

Phone: 631-419-1676/Fax: 631-244-4003




Sent: Monday, June 20, 2011 3:48 PM
To: Stern, Joseph
Subject: FW: parent complaint avenues

Please see the e-mail below. Any suggestions?

Marybeth Robinette

Director of Math and Testing

Huntington School District

(631) 673-5693 (Testing)

(631) 673-2077 (Math)

Marybeth Robinette

Director of Math and Testing

Huntington School District

(631) 673-5693 (Testing)

(631) 673-2077 (Math)

[] On Behalf Of Westendorf, Neal
Sent: Monday, June 20, 2011 3:28 PM
To: list serve
Subject: parent complaint avenues

I just had a long conversation with a parent. She was rightfully upset
that we are not allowed to reexamine her sons paper for the one point
needed to pass. Does anyone know how she can get in touch with someone
at SED to register her frustration and complaint? Having our hands tied
because someone doesn't like the number of 55's and 65's on their
spreadsheet is crazy.

Any help is appreciated.


Taconic Hills

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