Ind. seeks damages following online-testing glitches

06/24/2013 | Education Week

Indiana State Superintendent Glenda Ritz says the state deserves to be compensated for difficulties it experienced in administering online exams this year. As a result, the state now is seeking $613,600 in damages from test administrator CTB/McGraw-Hill. The state also may seek additional damages from the company, which has stated its servers were unable to handle the traffic caused by the testing, which resulted in the glitches.

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