Indiana not alone: Oklahoma schools see similar issues

Indiana school administrators and students had company as they confronted a second day of online testing woes Tuesday.

Students taking the Oklahoma Core Curriculum and End of Instruction tests were again stalled Tuesday after getting the go-ahead to resume testing after similar problems on Monday — the same problem that plagued Hoosier students.

Both states use CTB McGraw-Hill to administer the online testing.

Oklahoma Department of Education Communication Director Sherry Fair said administrators thought the issue had been resolved after the service was tested Tuesday morning, but the system crashed again.

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