CFN Gazette staff
The Sooner State did itself right proud on US News & World Report’s
2013 ranking of the nation’s best high schools. Upon review of more
than 21,000 U.S. public high schools, 111 Oklahoma schools made the cut.
In the wake of glitches with online standardized testing, some school districts and state lawmakers question the validity of the exams.
News Phil Bacharach
Nothing gets people testy like test-taking, especially when accessing
the test becomes a sort of test in itself. That was the case last month
for 9,100 Oklahoma students in sixth through 12 grade whose scores on
online tests were invalidated because of a technological snafu.