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Status of Online Testing in SREB States - This publication outlines efforts under way in the Southern Regional Education Board (SREB) states that offer online testing. Virginia, for example, is systematically implementing online testing and will require all high schools to use it by 2004. Delaware and Kentucky are conducting pilot tests to study the potential of online testing. (William R. Thomas, SREB, March 2003)...

Online Assessment: Moving Beyond “Gotcha” MS Word - Several states are making efforts to improve their capacity to assess students via computers. This article from Stateline highlights activities in South Dakota, Oregon, Massachusetts, Kentucky and Virginia. The infusion of federal dollars to support the testing requirements that are part of the reauthorization of the Elementary and Secondary Education Act may spur more states to consider computer-assisted assessment rather than traditional paper-and-pencil exams. (Kathy Christie, Stateline, Phi Delta Kappan, February 2002)...

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