Miss. schools hope practice makes perfect for online science exams

Middle-school students in a Mississippi district recently took practice exams on computers as they prepare for the May launch of online state science tests. Students are not able to highlight sentences or cross out possible answers for multiple-choice questions on the practice exams, but the spring tests should include those features, said Chris Graves, technology-integration specialist for Madison School District.

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