School administrators, parents and a good breadth of the community has been waiting on the impact regarding the MAP test cheating that took place at Camdenton Middle School earlier this summer. Missouri’s Department of Elementary and Secondary Education, DESE, has completed their investigation into the alleged cheating and found a couple of breaches of security. DESE says that evidence was found that students were allowed extra time and that the principal divided the 7th grade Communication Arts test over two days when it was supposed to be a one-day test. The good news is that this one incident will most likely not affect the district’s accreditation. The district allegedly learned of the possible testing problems over a weekend and immediately launched an internal investigation. It was during the investigation by the district into the classroom allegations that other discrepancies surfaced involving testing procedures.