Common core requires investment in technology

Tennessee Gov. Bill Haslam has budgeted $51 million for school technology in his proposed budget -- which could be used to help school districts implement online testing requirements under the Common Core State Standards. While officials say the common core is not the reason for the shift to online testing, they also are finding the state to be lagging a bit behind in its adoption of computerized testing -- required under the national framework.

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