Oklahoma State Testing Suspended In Schools Due To Computer Glitch

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State Mandatory testing was suspended today (April 21) in Oklahoma in all Oklahoma public schools due to a computer glitch.

The issues are on a state level after problems were discovered with servers at  CTB/McGraw-Hill, the testing vendor, according to a report from KOTV.

Thousands of assessment tests were disrupted by the computer glitch, and the vendor for the testing site is trying to find the cause of the problem, according to KOTV.

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