Ind. officials prepare for administration of online exams

04/30/2012 | Journal Gazette (Fort Wayne, Ind.), The

As students in Indiana prepare to take computerized standardized tests this week, officials say a glitch that affected last year's exams has been repaired. However, officials say the system could fail again this year for other reasons. "We are as bulletproof as we can be, but there will still be students whose tests are interrupted next week or the week after because of a computer failure, or a switch in a network that is a little buggy," said Wes Bruce, the state department's chief assessment officer.

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