Is this the end of the road for the Scantron?

12/17/2012 | Las Vegas Sun

Standardized tests nationwide increasingly are being taken online and that trend is expected to continue as 25 states implement computerized exams under the Common Core State Standards. In Nevada, where officials are preparing to launch a pilot of new "computer adaptive" tests, supporters say the exams will adjust to meet students' needs and better assess their knowledge. However, concerns remain over the cost of implementation and whether school infrastructure can handle the technology.

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