A computer system crash interrupted online proficiency testing for students across Minnesota.
The state Department of Education says the vendor, Pearson, has fixed the problem and the system should be running normally by Wednesday. Minnesota has a $38 million, three-year contract with Pearson to administer proficiency testing in math, science and reading. Students in third-grade to high scho...
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