TAHLEQUAH, Okla. —
Garrison is also concerned about the cost of contracting with a new company.
“I’m not going to sign off on providing $100,000 to bring people in to do it,” he said. “It would be a wonderful project for those universities and graduate students in Oklahoma.”
Garrison said the glitches in testing caused irreparable damage.
“I think they ought to throw all the tests out this year,” he said. “Those scores will be worse than worthless. Poor data is worse than no data. (Barresi) ought to throw all that out and just forget about it.”