Online delays frustrate students in high-stakes test
Tuesday, May 28, 2013 at 7:49 am (Updated: May 28, 8:26 am)
By VINCE LUECKE
PERRY COUNTY – Two Perry County school systems are taking a wait-and-see stance after a tumultuous period of administering ISTEP exams that stressed students, teachers and administrators.
“I wish I could start off by saying ISTEP went fine,” William Tell Elementary School Principal Laura Noble said in prefacing her remarks at the May 14 meeting of the Tell City-Troy Township School Board. “But I can’t.”
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