Nationwide pilot program to test digital exams

04/10/2013 | Detroit News, The

Students in 700 schools in Michigan this month will join about 1 million students who will take a pilot test of the Smarter Balanced Assessment -- an online exam that measures students' academic growth through adaptive questions. The digital exams, which ask harder questions if students perform well and easier questions when they struggle, will be given to students in grades 3 to 11 to test mathematics and English language arts/literacy.

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