For the second day in a row, some Florida school districts decided to suspend required testing because of computer problems.
The Florida Department of Education told school leaders this morning that test provider American Institutes for Research had found and corrected the problems that shut down testing Monday. The agency wrote the testing system was showing “improved” performance.
But problems persisted Tuesday when district attempted to administer the exam. TheTampa Bay Times reports Tampa-area schools had to suspend some testing for a second day.
Miami-Dade superintendent Alberto Carvalho says he won’t resume testing until the state can prove everything is working.