INDIANAPOLIS - Schools have been told the return to normal ISTEP testing levels Monday after technical issues accessing the online system slowed the process this week.
The Indiana Department of Education had asked schools to cut their testing loads in half on Wednesday, Thursday and Friday to prevent further issues.
"CTB McGraw-Hill (the company that administers the test) has informed IDOE it is confident that fixes made to their servers in the last week will allow for full testing," the IDOE said in a statement Friday.
More than 1.2 million testing sessions have been completed so far this week, about 48 percent of the total expected sessions, the IDOE said.
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