Officials try to ensure smooth operations for exams



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If this year’s online ISTEP exam goes as well as a recent pretest, then the anxiety over last year’s disastrous round of online testing might finally start to fade.

Technology departments at Franklin and Clark-Pleasant schools have been working since winter break to set up labs and prepare all of the computers, laptops, tablets and other devices students will use to take the multiple choice portion of ISTEP.

Between 10 a.m. and 11 a.m. Tuesday, every public and private school in the state that uses ISTEP was required to sign on to testing servers as parents, students and other volunteers answered practice ISTEP questions online.

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