Server crashes end school testing across Oklahoma

BY KIM ARCHER - Tulsa World Modified: April 30, 2013 at 6:56 am •  Published: April 30, 2013
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School testing came to a halt statewide early Monday because the CTB/McGraw-Hill testing company servers in New Jersey crashed around 9 a.m., state education officials said.

In the last week of Oklahoma's April testing window, the outage has raised rescheduling concerns among school officials across the state.

School districts were advised to cancel online testing because of the server crash, although some students in a few schools somehow were able to complete tests.

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