Greetings - I'm new to this forum and desperately need some advice on an issue I'm having with another teacher on my grade team. Some background - I teach 7th grade science in a small middle school with about 120 students in the grade, and I teach all the 7th graders. For the most part, there is one teacher that teaches a specific subject for the entire grade. When our students take standardized tests, they always test in the same room with the same proctor. When I proctor students for a standardized exam, I can guarantee that they'll be doing their best possible work - if a kid looks sleepy, I'll encourage him to go splash some water on his face. If he looks discouraged, I'll flash him a smile and a thumbs up. We do stretching and breathing exercises before each test. I do all this because I understand that their scores on these tests (for better or worse) can have a significant impact on their academic records, as well as the rating for whichever teacher is attached to that test. It's unfair, but it is what it is, and I do my best to help them do their best, regardless of whether the test is "my test" or another teacher's test. That said, students recently took the standardized test for my subject area, which I prepared them for over the course of the year by embedding similar questions to the test into my instruction (my students always make a lot of growth, so I was feeling really confident in their abilities). After the test, I checked in with the other teacher-proctors to see how it went. When I asked one of the other teachers on my grade level (who teaches a totally different subject) how the class seemed to do, she told me that many kids "didn't do much" and a few kept falling asleep. She even said that she "almost didn't want to wake up" one of our shared students. I was taken aback by her comments, and thought to myself how I wouldn't have allowed that of the children I proctored, for any test. After looking over the booklets of the names she gave me, I discovered that much of the test was left blank - even for components of the test that they knew, and had practiced several times. I knew something had to be up. I also asked some of the other students in the class, and they told me that one of the students she mentioned took a nap during the first half hour of the timed test, pretty much undisturbed by the teacher who was proctoring them. Another student did something similar. When I checked with the students in question, they didn't really have an answer except that they were tired. When I asked them if the teacher encouraged them to focus, they told me she didn't and pretty much left them alone. I'm upset and about this and I guess I need some advice about how to proceed. It seems like she intentionally sabotaged our shared students for my test. It's unheard of in my school to allow students to sleep during a test, since these exams have far-reaching impacts on the students and the teachers, and now I'm faced with the fact that these students didn't do as well as they could've or should've due to faulty proctoring, and this will have an impact on my annual rating. If I make noise about this, we'll have a huge breakdown in the functioning of our grade team. Trust is already severely damaged and I'm hurt that she did nothing to effectively proctor these students. What should I do?