Few Hitches in State Tests This Year
Associated Press - June 15, 2015 11:22 am
Officials say the state math and reading tests this year went off with relatively few hitches.
The Kansas State Board of Education has learned that students and schools should have access to their scores in September.
The Topeka Capital-Journal reports that results from the exams last year were later declared invalid following technical glitches and cyberattacks of unknown origins. The 2014 exams were the first time the state rolled out a new test design and test delivery platform.
Testing staff worked to resolve the technical bugs and contracted with a private company to shield the testing platform from the cyberattacks.