There is no legal way around this problem. Either the lawmaker proposing this law is a blithering idiot or he is a cynic who wants to get rid of standardized testing of all kinds:
Once the bill hits the House floor, it’s likely lawmakers will attempt to add an amendment imposing a $1,000 penalty on parents who break the rules. But Menlove said the $1,000 penalty wouldn’t cover even half the cost of replacing a test item that had been compromised.
Sara Jones, with the Utah Education Association, also said the UEA is concerned about throwing the validity of state tests into question. She said not only are the tests high stakes for students, but also for teachers whose pay can be partly tied to test results.