A "not for profit" company messes up the MAP scores used to decide which students need to enroll in CCSD's First Grade Academies, causing hours of extra labor by Charleston County School District staff to straighten out records.
The Post and Courier reports what happened, except for one very pertinent detail: the "not for profit" shall remain nameless! Newsless courier, indeed.
My theory is that the company, which does get paid, of course, is still employed by the district in several other aspects. Therefore, it would be too embarrassing to name it for fear that some Board of Trustees member might query, "Why do we still pay that company to do anything for us?"