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SAdams testing near finish

May 15, 2013

    South Adams Superintendent Scott Litwiller updated the school board on the status of end-of-year testing at the board's meeting last night.
    Litwiller said that, like the other schools in the county, South Adams experienced some glitches during the first round of ISTEP+ testing, including students having trouble logging on to the network, getting kicked off the network, and having to wait minutes before the next question would appear.
    The Indiana Department of Education (DOE) extended the testing window to May 17 and recommended that the number of students testing at one time be cut in half. This helped the testing go better, and even makeup testing is nearly completed now, Litwiler said.
    For further details see today's print and e-editions.

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