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Topic - Indiana Department Of Education
Some school corporations in Indiana are opting to use pencils and paper for the state's standardized tests instead of risking another round of technology problems like those that dogged last year's tests.
Some Indiana school administrators say they're worried about a rerun of last year's computer troubles with online standardized tests as students have faced disruptions this week while taking practice tests.
If this year's online ISTEP exam goes as well as a recent pretest, then the anxiety over last year's disastrous round of online testing might finally start to fade.