[caption id="attachment_104079" align="alignleft" width="215"] In the worst-case scenario, these schools could lose scores on the state's Academic Performance Index, California's rating system for schools.[/caption]

Student photos of state standardized tests posted on social networks have caused a two-week delay in the release of scores and could result in more serious ramifications for nearly 150 California schools.

In a letter sent to all state school districts this week, the Department of Education announced the postponement of the 2012 test results until Aug. 31.

"It is imperative that when districts, teachers, parents and students...

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