CTB/McGraw-Hill executives apologize for testing problems

BY KIM ARCHER, Tulsa World Published: April 24, 2014
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Ellen Haley, president of testing vendor CTB/McGraw-Hill, apologized Thursday to the state Board of Education for Monday's widespread disruptions in state online testing.

"We know how important tests are in the state, so even one child disrupted is not what we intended to happen," she told board members during their monthly meeting.

This is the second consecutive year that state online testing in Oklahoma has been disrupted due to technical issues by CTB, which is in the second year of its contract with Oklahoma.

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