Hoosier children will log in to computers Tuesday as part of a statewide stress test of a system that froze up and kicked out students during ISTEP+ exams last spring.
Jackson County students and others across the state will log on to CTB McGraw-Hill test sites to help determine how well the system is prepared for actual test-taking in April.
Indiana students won't be alone in testing the system today, said Brian Belardi, director of media relations with CTB. Students from West Virginia and Oklahoma also scheduled to log in.
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