State Testing Delayed at Many Schools Amid Computer Glitches

For the second year in a row, a technical glitch has interrupted the computer-based ELA Common Core testing for some school districts across the state. Districts in the Rochester area include Churchville-Chili, East Irondequoit, Greece, Rush-Henrietta, Spencerport, and Webster schools. Students were taking their ELA state exams when the state assessment vendor failed. Students couldn’t upload their answers or work within the system. There is a nine-day testing window for all state assessments. Schools that have not yet begun testing Tuesday are being advised by the state to begin Wednesday. Additional testing dates have been added, as well.

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