With the increased emphasis on standardized testing and accountability in public education, many companies and school districts are turning to the web to find innovative ways to help students, teachers, and parents prepare for and understand state achievement tests.

"It's a real explosion. Firms who have previously done other kinds of media are now aggressively marketing online products," said Bob Schaeffer, public education director at the National Center for Fair and Open Testing.

According to the Center for Fair and Open Testing, "America's public schools administer more than 100

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