Mich. lawmakers consider plan to implement online testing

03/30/2012 | Detroit Free Press

State legislators in Michigan advanced a plan this week to replace the state's standardized test with a computer-adaptive online assessment. The change is meant to allow schools to more accurately measure students' academic growth, officials said. Challenges remain, however, including receiving approval from federal education officials to use the new tests.

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