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Computer-based testing bugs bite schools again

April 5, 2019


Last year, several states reported problems with their computer-based testing systems. For example, Tennessee’s schools suffered problems with its testing system following an alleged cyberattack that turned out to be a combination of bugs in Questar’s software and a slow text-to-speech tool. A cyberattack was also blamed for issues in Mississippi, New York, Missouri and South Dakota, according to EdScoop. Additionally, computer errors presented hurdles for Ohio’s state assessments, as well.

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