What will online testing mean for students and districts?

    We’re living in an online world. We shop online, bank online, and starting next year, many states, including Pennsylvania and New Jersey, will test their students online. It’s part of a move toward common core standards meant to better test critical thinking.

    But there are still some questions, like how well it will work, and how much it will cost. NJ Spotlight Founder and Education Reporter John Mooney wrote about the change, and spoke with NewsWorks Tonight Host Dave Heller.

     

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