SANDY -- A Utah school district is being accused of failing to fulfill state requirements for elementary school reading tests.
Administrators of the Sandy-based Canyons School District acknowledge they tested first-, second- and third-grade students with a program different than the state requires.
Officials say the test was bought before the Utah Legislature passed a Reading Requirements for Student Advancement law in 2010 and the state Board of Education called for using the Dynamic Indicators of Basic Early Literacy Skills test.
Utah State Office of Education officials say they weren't told the results Canyons submitted recently weren't from the required test.
The Deseret News reports that state education officials are accusing the district with 33,000 students at 44 schools of falsifying the test results.
Canyons officials say they've done nothing wrong.