Officials in New York state are asking that local school districts be prepared to implement online testing by 2014. However, educators are pointing to widespread difficulties and glitches in other states that have launched the exams, saying that those issues should be resolved before New York makes the switch. "A lot of (school districts') directors of technology are panic-stricken," said Dennis Lauro, executive director of the Lower Hudson Regional Information Center. "There are so many questions that have not been answered."
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