Students and teachers in New Jersey district welcome automated testing

12/8/2003 | Philadelphia Inquirer, The

The Mount Laurel, N.J. school district is among about 1,100 across the nation using computerized testing for its standardized exams. The district has found the laptop-administered Measures of Academic Progress exams cost less, can be adapted to students' abilities and provide quicker reporting of scores.

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