State school testing to switch to computer only

March 9, 2014 • State News

FARMINGTON, N.M. (AP) — New Mexico students will take pencil to paper for the last time this month for their state standards-based assessment test.

Starting next year, students will take an entirely computer-based standards test, the Daily Times reported ( ).

The traditional New Mexico Standards Based Assessment exam contains questions based on current state standards and the new national Common Core standards, according to educators. The exam is taken by students in grades Login to read more

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