Texas Education Agency officials Tuesday reported “completely unacceptable” technical issues with the state’s standardized testing online platform, putting even greater scrutiny on legislators’ push to make nearly all students take the exams on computers in the coming years.
In a statement, TEA leaders said their testing vendor, Educational Testing Services, “experienced problems with their database system,” causing log-in and test administration snags on the first day of the state’s primary testing season.
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